I am me, you are you. Who is more dumb, me or you? It would be difficult to answer this cheerful, tricky question of our childhood in a cheerful way.

 

Can we bear the persistent past that refuses to fade as part of our present? Within this sweet-bitter reminiscence lies a heart-wrenching family story, as well as the traces of the shared decades of our past, the memories of generations and family members accusing each other. And the oppressive absence of a family that has disappeared into nothingless. All of this is made even more painful - and humorous - by the operetta tunes flowing from the radio.

 

Katona József Theater is the first to present Péter Horváth's work from 2022.