We can’t have celebrations in the very same room where groups of people are being tortured, or groups of people are being killed.
A woman wakes up to war outside of her hotel window in a country she does not recognise. Shaking and shivering, she cannot help examining the very foundations on which both her way of life and way of thinking are based.
Exploring guilt, confusion, and morality, The Fever, by Wallace Shawn is as pertinent today as it was in 1989. Paola Dionisotti (Game of Thrones, Florence Foster Jenkins) gives an intimate and honest performance as she questions with forensic wit, the predetermined structures we belong to and why we cannot seem to destroy them.