INDIA: The Theater of Cruelty has just returned from India, where they participated in the 12th International Theater Festival in Kerala. We asked director Lars Øyno to reflect on their performance and experiences.

Theater director and writer. See also Theater of Cruelty or Wikipedia

Located at the very top of the amphitheater near the light table with 1200 spectators in the rows down towards the stage, I watch my own play. The theater is half open, only roof over stage and amphitheater, darkness outside, street noises. 20 minutes pass. People start walking – after 45 minutes, 200 people have left the hall. The remaining 1000 are left in the end. Applause and reception of the festival plank, a few words from the director to the festival management with thanks for the invitation and presentation of the actors.
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