Performing Arts - Theater | October 13 | 8-10 p.m. | Zellerbach Hall
Schaubühne, Cal Performances
Berlins Schaubühne theater presents a radically revised adaptation of An Enemy of the People, Ibsens potent 1882 drama about individual and social responsibility. The story of a whistleblower in a small town whose efforts to speak truth to power are shut down by his self-interested neighbors, the play both implicates and exhilarates its audience in a conversation about the perils of democratic capitalism. Directed by Thomas Ostermeier, for decades a leading creative voice and provocateur in European theater, the production has received strong reactions from audiences and critics alike, largely because of its controversial handling of the plays climactic scene.
$30-98 (prices subject to change)
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