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from Albert Camus

A group of Russian social revolutionaries wants to kill the Grand Prince in 1905. They believe that if the representatives of the tsarist empire are killed, the people will rise up. The young poet Kalyayev is supposed to throw the bomb, but he hesitates when he sees children in the Grand Prince's carriage. The assassination attempt fails. This puts the group to the test.



Putting one's life on the line for the idea of a better world has become alien to us today in the post-heroic age. Camus' drama illuminates the microcosm of a terrorist cell at the beginning of the 20th century and its self-image as avant-garde, for whom death in action or on the scaffold is part of the game.


Language: German
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Tickets are only available with personal registration at least 5 days before the performance. Tickets are not transferable. Admission to the prison on the day of the performance is only possible upon presentation of a valid identity card or passport. Items carried must be deposited in lockers. No late admission!
Participating artists
Sibylle Arndt (Produktionsleitung)
Peter Atanassow (Regie)
Daniel Dumont (Dramaturgie)
Haemin Jung (Kostüme)
Franziska Kuhn (Dramaturgie)
Pascal Rehnolt (Video)
Vsevolod Silkin (Musikalische Leitung)
Holger Syrbe (Bühne)
Es spielt das Gefangenenensemble von aufBruch in der JVA Plötzensee: Frank, Lauan A., Maximilian Sonnenberg, Mohammad Hassan, Nehad Fandi, Sadam, Steffen, Steven Mädel.
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