The German Consulate General Co-Presents:
Director Thomas Ostermeier and Schaubühne Berlin return to St. Ann’s Warehouse with Édouard Louis’ searing autobiographical novel. Through the fractured recall of Édouard, his sister, police, and doctors, the “brave and ambitious” (The Guardian) History of Violence reconstructs the trauma of a desire-filled encounter turned violent. A layered retelling that is both devastating and funny, the production uncovers deeply rooted societal racism, homophobia, and rage unbridled, until all that remains is a nuanced, closely guarded memory.
St. Ann's Warehouse presents Schaubühne Berlin:
History of Violence
By Édouard Louis
Adapted by Thomas Ostermeier, Florian Borchmeyer and Édouard Louis
Directed by Thomas Ostermeier
NOV 13 – DEC 1, 2019
Run Time: 2 Hours, No Intermission.
Performed in German with English Supertitles.
Contains nudity, sexual content, and simulated sexual violence.
Recommended for ages 17+
This guest performance is part of the #WunderbarTogether initiative.
For more information and tickets visit: St. Ann's Warehouse