Abstract

In Gorki: Alternative for Germany, Croatian provocateur-director Oliver Frljić turns a critical gaze on Berlin's progressive Maxim Gorki Theatre, examining the ways in which elements of the theatre's language may be contributing to divides within Germany just as much as that of groups from the extreme Right. This production highlights shifts within Germany's politico-theatrical landscape as well as the difficulties of staging dialogues around them.

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