In the land of the beech tree, the young David is on his deathbed. His wife Signe tries to keep the hope and spirit high, while healing old wounds and conflicts.
Everyone who was away has come home, but the world outside continues undeterred. Life’s big questions are tossed around among the living and the almost dead. The relatives meet in the claustrophobic city of Klampenborg, where they struggle to silence death and talk about themselves instead.
The performance revolves around reconciliation and whether it is harder to create a home than to travel the world.
LOST is the sixth and final part of the theatre work The 6th Continent.
Please note that the play is in Danish, but will be texted in English on three evenings during the performance period. Read more here
Zaki Nobel Mehabil
Ulver Skuli Abildgaard
Manuscript: Julie Petrine Glargaard
Director: Per Scheel-Krüger
Set design: Marianne Nilsson & Anne Mette Drivsholm – MAAM
Light design: Turpin Napoleon Djurhuus
Sound design: Emil Assing Høyer