In the organizer's words:
An industrial area. The air is thicker here than elsewhere. A young woman returns to her birthplace. Childhood friends are getting married. She sets off in the footsteps of her origins, remembers her father, who toiled day after day in the neighborhood factory, the wordlessness and confinement, her mother, who told of her childhood and youth in Turkey, her silent walking at some point, school as an exclusionary institution. "For me, at that time, there were only two possibilities: to extinguish myself either very quietly or very loudly. That there could be a third option had not occurred to me. "Deniz Ohde's award-winning debut tells of growing up in inequality and the ubiquity of classism and racism. Nurkan Erpulat stages the text as a melancholic coming-of-age story, as a departure from circumstances. Watch trailer Premiere on 20/August 2021 Performance rights: Suhrkamp Verlag Berlin Photo: Esra RotthoffStage photos: Ute Langkafel
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