A dramatic investigation of surveillance in a suspiciously normal yet surreal society where the citizens have given up all rights to privacy. They are ultimately safe – but safe from what? The police seem superfluous, while the ominous Seeing-Men have complete control. This is a world that Kafka would recognize with a shudder.
“In the digital era, privacy must be a priority. Is it just me, or is secret blanket surveillance obscenely outrageous?” – Al Gore
“So what is to be done to restrain the champions, whom tend to trample upon the rest, whose eyes are fixed upon some ultimate golden future?” – Isaiah Berlin, philosopher and political theorist 1909-1997
- Fri, May 22 | 7pmMain Stage
- with 2 additional performances until May 24th
Written by Isaiah Michalski | Performed by Berlin International Youth Theatre | Directed by Priscilla Bergey | Assistant directed by Lauren Miller | Costumes and Set by Lasha Rostobaia | Light Design by Katri Kuusimäki | Video Design by Alex Forge | Production Assistance by Mark Sears | Key Visual by Rebecca Fixemer