For a moment, a bright, empty town square. And then a figure darts across, and another and another - businesspeople, roller-bladers, a cowboy, several street-sweepers, a halfdressed bride, a film crew, a line of old men, a tourist, a beauty in a mirrored dress, Abraham and Isaac, a family of refugees, a fool - more and more people, the bizarre and the humdrum, fleetingly connected by proximity alone.
Surprising, funny, fast and physical, The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other is theatre to set the imagination on fire.
Twenty-seven actors, 450 characters and no dialogue: a play without words by the great experimental figure of European theatre, Peter Handke.
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