A Performative Examination of the EU

Can the European Union be an inspiration for a peaceful postnational world? Is it the non plus ultra expression of what the continent learned from two world wars? Or is it an incredibly strained construct that falls apart at the first signs of a crisis? How does a Eurocentric view differ from that of the increasing number of people forced to leave their homelands and gather at the borders of Europe and the EU in hopes of survival and a dignified existence?

Four performers explore these questions using 50 interviews conducted with EU citizens and non-EU citizens to create an open and interactive evening of theater.

In English and other languages


Concept and Direction by Daniel Brunet | Dramaturgy by Shlomo Lieberman and Marianne Ramsay-Sonneck | Performed by Gizem Akman, Patrick Khatami, Ariel Nil Levy and Tomoya Kawamura | Stage Design by Isabelle Kaiser | Lighting Design by Christian Maith | Music and Compositions by Lenard Gimpel | Costume Design by Jeanne Louët | Design Assistance by Juliette Catelle | Assistant Direction and Stage Management by Rose Nolan | Production Assistance by Mihaela Horvath and Zain Qureshi