Studio Performance in the Main Hall
Date of the opening: September 03, 2009
Born for Never
is a story about survival. Surviving after the concentration camps, surviving others, surviving one’s memories, surviving oneself. András Visky
tells the story of a nameless man of unacknowledged identity. Born for Never
is a play that makes us think about the condition of people, about what we leave behind, about the place occupied by religion in our relationship with the world, about what we are and, primarily, why we have come to such a pass. A theatre to bind up wounds, to reflect upon our wounds.