by Florian Hoffmeier
What happened yesterday could have happened years ago. What happened back then is not longer ago than yesterday. Based on fictional moments and real events, Yesterday, 1943 is a surreal physical play that shows the absurdities of war and the traumas associated with it, which sometimes shake us over generations. It is - nonetheless - a search for beauty and hope in the depth of our memories and the moment we step out of ourselves brought onto the small stage.
A piece by and with: Florian Hoffmeier
Dramatic advice: Camille Chapon
Photography: Arata Mori
Video: Arata Mori / Florian Hoffmeier (Video sound: excerpt from Ben Frost - We love you Michael Gyra)
Supported by: Garage Performing Arts Center, Corfu & Theaterhaus Berlin Mitte