Plays

Die Probe (The Test)

It is claimed that almost 40,000 of the children born in Germany every year are not actually genetically related to their supposed fathers. A figure that has presumably changed little over the decades. It is merely the possibility of biological certainty that, thanks to genetic testing, has almost become a consumer good. But something that provides questionable entertainment over and over again in the media can prove highly poisonous in the private lives of ordinary people.More ...

The Bus (The Makings of a Saint)

The bus driver Hermann stops by the side of the road in the middle of a forest and takes a young woman travelling without a ticket to task. She says her name is Erika and claims to be a pilgrim who has accidentally got on the wrong bus on her way to Czestochowa, the most important holy site in Poland.More ...

Die sexuellen Neurosen unserer Eltern ("The Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents")

As a young girl Dora lived for years in a state of psychological semi-sleep under the influence of tranquillizers prescribed by her doctor and parents. These were intended to preserve Dora and those around her from the "otherness" which mainly received expression in wild and unontrollable erruptions of emotion, and to make a "normal" life possible for her. She can now even go out to work as an assistant in a greengrocer's shop where she was generously taken on by the boss.More ...