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The Man Outside

A play that no theatre wants to perform and no audience wants to see / by Wolfgang Borchert

Zwinger 1
in German
[recommended for ages 16 and up]

»The Man Outside« is one of the most important German dramas of the postwar period. Wolfgang Borchert, who died aged 26, wrote it in just eight days in 1946. How can a person find their way back to civilian life after serving in war for three years? How does a society deal with questions of moral and accountability in light of countless crimes and atrocities?


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Stage Design
Maximilian Hartinger
Anna Maria Schories
Constantin John
Lighting Design
Jonah Fellhauer
Theatre Education
Mareike Schneider
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