"I Cired Because I Had No Shoes Until...” is a physical theatre performance themed around “Shoes” in gender and racial politics. A collection of vignettes associated with the theme of “Shoes”. Sometimes funny, sometimes nostalgic, and sometimes dream-like memories all intertwine, collide, and dissolve around the same objects. The performance incorporates a traditional Japanese Bunraku and Kabuki concept of “Kurogo”. The Invisible stage-hand in black is considered “invisible” on the stage, but this performance spotlight the idea of “invisibility” by using the character of what we perceive as “invisible”.