Victor's Life

Victor's Life

In the year 2004, animals have seized power from humans. For entertainment, they can order "ordinary human lives" to watch at home via pay-per-view. And tonight, "Victor's Life" is on. They watch his biography as if in jump cuts. Victor's failure is not down to tragic strokes of fate, but something shockingly banal: his lack of courage to make decisions, his unkindness, and his dullness.

"This is a nasty, hilarious little fable in which social critique, cynicism, trendy jargon, and fake innocence pass us by in a garish parade."  - Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung


21.10.2000 Schauspielhaus, Bochum

Niklaus Helbling

Rowohlt Theaterverlag

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