The 20th of November is a searing indictment of the complacency of contemporary life, and a howl of anger for the outcast and oppressed. With text largely taken from the video diaries and blog of an actual German school shooter, acclaimed Swedish playwright Lars Noren creates a character that is at once sympathetic and horrifying. He insists that we bear witness to the rage and torment of a young man who feels dispossessed and alienated.
Written by Lars Noren
Translated by Gordon Rand
Directed by Brendan Healy
Starring: Sina Gilani
Set and Costumes: Camellia Koo
Lighting: Rebecca Picherak
Sound & Music: Richard Feren
Produced by Buddies in Bad Times Theatre
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