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Who Killed My Father (Qui a tué mon père)

  • Theater, Drama
Édouard Louis in Who Killed My Father (Qui a tué mon père)
Photograph: Courtesy Jean-Louis Fernandez Who Killed My Father (Qui a tué mon père)

Time Out says

Berlin’s Schaubühne has long had a reputation as one of the world’s coolest theaters, and its influence has grown in the past 20 years under the leadership of director Thomas Ostermeier, best known known for his outrageous Regietheater deconstructions of classic works. This play, coproduced with Théâtre de la Ville Paris, reunites the director with the French author Édouard Louis (History of Violence), who makes his professional performing debut to examine the plight of the working class in modern France, as exemplified by his own once-fearsome, now-humiliated father. 


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