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I can see you - Rroma Aether Klub Theatre

I Can See You

Ich sehe dich

The story is about a small predator living underground in a home made by himself. His goal is to protect himself from the world, its supposed and real dangers, and as a solution, he isolates himself from the world and the safety home becomes the prison of his own fears. The performance of the Rroma Act troupe from Berlin is a parody of receding nations and citizenship.

The play was written based on the short story titled The Burrow by Franz Kafka.

"The way it is, you function, do things that you need to do, and are a legitimate, useful member of society, and most importantly, you don't ask questions. At least not the questions that might bring the truth to light. Instead, you run along and pretend to be original. Is that clear so far?"


Writer:Nebojša Marković,
based on Franz Kafka The Burrow
Performer:Nebojša Marković
Contributors: Rebecca D. Surber, Slaviša Marković
Translation (Hungarian):Anna Zsellér
Translation (English):Anna Merényi
Premiered:2020, Roma Heroes – IV. International Roma Theater Festival, Budapest (online), Hungary


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Excerpts of the play
In case you would like to request availability to the full play and/or the full video about the performance, write an email to info@romaheroes.org and describe the aim of your request!



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1: ©Alina Vincze_Nebojša Marković

2: ©Alina Vincze_Nebojša Marković

3: ©JAlina Vincze_Nebojša Marković

4: ©Alina Vincze_Nebojša Marković

5: ©Alina Vincze_Nebojša Marković