AGAINST FREEDOM. AGAINST EQUALITY. AGAINST THE FRATERNITY.
A bride accuses her groom of sexism in front of the altar and thus blows up the wedding. A man makes a mistake in the apartment door and quickly moves into a new life. A mother demands more efficiency and greed from her baby. The scenes that Esteve Soler collects in his “Revolution trilogy” seem surreal and politically pointed. With plenty of absurd humor and pointed dialogue, the Catalan author caricatures the brutalization of our civilization, the commercialization of private life and the narcissism of the wealthy West. The newspaper Le Figaro described Soler's play as "a powerful work, at once crazy and political [...] as entertaining as it is powerful and effective." The Austrian director Daniel Kunze loves the production of new drama and has been a.o. with the world premiere of Björn SC Deigner's "Die Policey" invited to the Heidelberg Play Market 2021. Now, with the work of Esteve Soler, he embarks on a search for the legacy of the revolution. What has become of freedom, equality and fraternity in our globalized world of turbo capitalism?