Tom and Sue, a couple nearing the end of their lives, are victims of Identity Theft at the deepest levels. They visit the Social Services office to remedy this and are catapulted into the Lands of their childhood, adolescence and adulthood, separately and then together. These lands hold the Indigenous Dances of pivotal moments in each of their lives. Tom and Sue are not spectators in these Lands, they are immediately part of the dance that holds the life of that particular time. After their arduous journey through the 21 different lands, they find themselves together again in The Land With An Answer For Everything – our own world. This celebrates how memories are held in our bodies and feelings, rather than the mental narrative people fall back on to describe their lives. It was written by 21 librettists and 11 composers.