1. From Latin i. e., an abbreviation of id est (“it is”).

2. (initialism) That is; in other words; that is to say.

3. A collective, who create theatre, film and whatever else they fancy, in order to fill the void of existing and chase away any rational or worthwhile thoughts which risk making them a productive member of society.

i.e. make 'things' in an attempt to bring some kind of purpose to their miserable lives. Their work combines daring writing, original music, and their own unique perspectives on the world to create theatrical and cinematic experiences like no other.

Or at least, it might, if they weren't self-loathing undergraduates with little talent and serious motivation problems. (We're trying. We promise.)

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