"First the zero spread out and began to spin around itself, and from the nothingness of its own perdition, matter was formed, from the speed of its spin, time, and then the internal friction of the world's dust spin generated heat, and the heat gave rise to organic life, which gave birth to the greatest cretin of the multiverse, man."

So begins Zsolt Kácsor's novel Gypsy Moses, the first chapter of which, Genesis, is a strange, swirling, amusing, "gypsy" reading of the biblical creation story. Zoltán Bezerédi has created a theatrical monologue from it.


The performance is recommended for children over 16.