German Department Play, 'Woyzeck', by Georg Buechner
A tale of lust, murder, social oppression, and science gone wrong
Monday, May 06, 2013
Margaret H'Doubler Theater, 3rd floor, Lathrop Hall
Franz Woyzeck's life includes hope, mental anguish, oppression, jealousy, and acts of desperation. The play casts light mercilessly on the way poverty and the twin forces of the military and of medical science shape his destiny. Directed by Manfred Roth, theater director from Germany. Performance in German, with English synopsis and additional information provided. Knowledge of German useful, not not required. Call 262-2192 to reserve seats.
Free and open to the public