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About the stories we believe, what we let others believe, and the lives we pretend to be living. It is a reminder that the truth is rarely pure, and never simple.
written by Neil LaBUTE, one of America´s most controversial playwrights.
directed by Brian Bell, in 2011 invited as a fellow of the international Forum Theatertreffen Berlin.
with Chloe Lewer, David Cassel, Sarah-Jane St. Clair
Tickets 18 Euros / students 10 Euros
On the Main Stage
Post-Show-Talk with director and cast FRIDAY 17th + 24th
Cody and Belinda seem to be living the American Dream: a rich couple living in a snug suburb, with two kids and their whole lives ahead of them. The fact that Cody is African American and Belinda is not, is a footnote in their otherwise picture-perfect lifestyle. But this is not their story; its the story of an old high school classmate who comes to live with them, who begins spinning a much different tale of resentment, racism, and the facades that we all maintain in order to stay within the lines of decency. Once those lines have been crossed, nothing can ever return to the way things used to be.
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