A Concerto for 15 actors. The play is situated in present day Finland. There are several main characters: the celebrity reporter Jeff, a young female journalist, and two married couples, the parents of Jeff and the journalist. The writer calls Foxtrot a concerto for 15 actors - in turn, each character has his/her own solo. The play is based on the simultaneity of scenes and on contradictions: on the stage people say a lot of things that come from someone else's subconscious. Foxtrot is, in a way, a synopsis of Finland at the end of the 20th century. Outward wealth is visible, even living beyond one's means. The historic level is also present - the younger generation wants the same things from life as the older had but quicker and by other means.
Staged reading at Nordic Drama, New York in 2002. The Finnish original premiered at the Helsinki City Theatre in 1990.