I Killed My Mother, by Andras Visky, on Stage in London – UPDATE

I Killed My Mother

I Killed My Mother
by Andras Visky

On from 05 Mar 2013 till 10 Mar 2013
Rosemary Branch

Genre(s): New Writing, Drama

Tickets: £10.00 – £12.00 – Full price tickets £12, concessions £10

About: I Killed My Mother

Summer Dialogues Productions presents
I KILLED MY MOTHER
by Andras Visky

Translated by Ailisha O’Sullivan and Agnes Lehockzy
Directed by Natalia Gleason

First performed in Chicago, and then at experimental theatre La Mama, New York, this UK premiere is translated, directed and performed by London based Eastern-European artists, and written by Andras Visky, one of the most original voices of contemporary continental theatre.

Inspired by the true story of a Romanian orphan born as a result of Ceausecu’s disastrous anti contraception policy 20 years ago, Visky has developed the idea of metaphoric orphanhood binding and dividing everyone. In his play institutional neglect is transformed into a gift enabling the main character to become self reliant. The writer himself will be present for post show Q and A at some performances. Continue reading “I Killed My Mother, by Andras Visky, on Stage in London – UPDATE”