Kaddish for an Unborn Child

performed by | Sándor Lukács

In a beautiful poetic monologue, Kertész comes to the realisation that one cannot bring a child into a world that could allow atrocities like the holocaust, to happen. The deep and accurate analysis of our own past thus turns into the realization of the impossibility of our future.

With this performance we pay tribute to the Nobel Prize-winning author, Imre Kertész.

premiere | March 2019 | Vígszínház | Studio