A play about division, destiny and the undimmed potency of memory itself, from the author of the award-winning The Pull of Negative Gravity.
East Berlin, 1990. The Wall has just been pulled down. A man arrives at the flat of his grandmother with awkward questions about the past. Meanwhile, a generation later, in Bethlehem the Israeli security barrier is going up…
‘Lichtenstein explores the shattering of dreams and future happiness… wit, humour and resilience surface in these memories… beautiful’ Independent
‘powerfully explores one of the great cataclysms of the 20th century and the potentially explosive legacy it has bequeathed today… utterly absorbing and emotionally powerful’ Stage