Kaspar

Photo Credit: Ryan McGuire

Written by: Peter Handke
Directed by: Edith Podesta
Performed in English by: BA (Hons) Theatre Arts (English Drama) Students

I want to be someone like somebody else was once.”

These words echo in Kaspar’s mouth, as he drowns in his estranged reality.

Acclaimed as one of “the plays of the decade”, and as significant as Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, Peter Handke’s Kaspar, follows an innocent young man, as he contends with a world intent on regulating his every action, and thought.

When finally Kaspar is drained of all language, he has to confront the greatest terror of his young existence: his humanity.

Co-presented with M1 Singapore Fringe Festival

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