In ADULT, grown-up friends Laura Arrington and Jesse Hewit exorcise and exhaust their collective fantasies about death and dying. In a dance duet, guided by essentialized qualities of dark (warm/admissive/liver/monster/THE LIVING ACT OF DYING) and light (postured/lungs/effect/freak/THE DYING ACT OF LIVING), they play at behaviors of reflexivity, suffering, love, and economy. ADULT interrogates our careful curation of our lives and deaths and considers the implications of letting go.