Primo Levi survived Auschwitz to bear witness to a story of almost inconceivable brutality. But against the odds, what ultimately emerges in his writing is a sense of humanity, of man’s worth. Working closely with Royal Court Associate Director Richard Wilson, Antony Sher has adapted and performs this remarkable testament in a way that allows Levi’s words to speak, simply, for themselves.
Director - Richard Wilson
Designer - Hildegard Bechtler
Author - Antony Sher
Adapted By - Antony Sher from the novel by Primo Levi
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