Burn, a one-woman play, based on true events, written and performed by Ingez Rameau and directed by Michael Phillip Edwards, is a searing portrait of a journey to personal freedom and transcendence; the coming-of-age of a little girl locked in a desperate struggle with her mother for sanity and love in post-WWII German Displaced Person's Camps. Living amidst the rubble of lost souls and perverted civility, Ingez Rameau's Burn is a looking glass of shame, a beacon of love and courage - forcing our eyes to see, our hearts to feel and forgive.
Ingez Rameau's love for performing began as a child in these DP Camps, and for the past five years she has dedicated herself to writing about her journey of survival and discovery. While living in Los Angeles, Ingez has performed in Film, Television and Theatre. Burn debuted at The Actors Forum for a three-week run, and followed with a performance at the Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival for Women's History Month in March 2011. Burn has taken on a life of its own and a book is now in development. "Burn burns with the flames of unquenchable hope: The Truth Shall Set You Free."