WOYZECK by Georg Büchner (2002)
Translated by John Mackendrick
One of the world's great plays
Raw, witty and compassionate, this remarkable classic follows an ordinary soldier, Woyzeck, as he struggles to make sense out of life and love in the bizarre world that surrounds him. Told with a quirky humour, this search for redemption weaves its way through a dreamlike tapestry of passion and revenge.
evocative production and dynamic ensemble playing of top quality...
David Straun - Director of QEH, Bristol
Working with writer-in-residence Goran Stefanovski in the immediate aftermath of 9/11, our adaptation was set in the contemporary landscape of a remote 'peace keeping' outpost in a far-flung corner of the globe that the rest of the world prefers to forget.
National tour & Bloomsbury Theatre London.