In the organizer's words:

In the post-war Germany of the economic miracle, no one wanted to have anything to do with the Nazi crimes, the break with civilization and the Holocaust. The murders were suppressed, the pain remained. And even today, nobody wants to be reminded of what their own role in history was and is - especially not by "strangers". But children are growing up in this country: as migrants. As people who would rather not be anyone because their "I" threatens the "we" of the so-called majority society. In "Fremd", Michel Friedman tells the autobiographical story of one of these children. Between family trauma, pressure to conform and racism, this child tries to find its place in the world.

Sibel Kekilli, one of the most internationally renowned German actresses, makes her theater debut with "Fremd".

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Berliner Ensemble Bertolt-Brecht-Platz 1 10117 Berlin