The play gives a very representational picture of the darker sides of human nature: chopped off limbs, a penis transplanted onto a woman, a dose of heroin sticking in the eyes. But there are also subtle hints of humour, albeit black (a concentration camp established on the grounds of a university). The play is a probe into the nightmare-filled world of twenty-year-olds who attempt to cope with the complexities of sexuality, the influence of drugs and being cast out of the society. The Theater Heute Magazine acknowledged the play as the best foreign play introduced on German stages in 1999.
*Prize for the best production at the Borštnikovo srečanje 2002 festival
*Marko Mandic - The award at the theatre festival Borštnikovo srečanje 2002 for the character of Tniker
*Petra Govc- Award at the Borštnikovo srečanje 2002 theatre festival for the role of Grace
*Vladimir Vlaškalic - Young Actors and Actresses Award at the Borštnikovo srečanje 2002 theatre festival for the role of Carl
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