Cartwheel is a story of a timely executed panic attack. An attack from memory, from identification and from a nostalgic storytelling. Inspired from real life events, this monologue weaves together memories of friends gone, of social awareness and of futures that are yet to come. In a personal manner, George Rallis narrates memories of different people, from different timelines, that speak and critique social aspects of disability, genderqueerness, feminism and love. How do you create a community? Is it by force, or is it by chance?”