Our Class deals with the complicated relations between Poles and Jews during the Second World War. Children of one class relive fragments of their life growing up together in a small Polish village. Love and murder, memory and forgetfulness, rape and compassion – all are mixed within a powerfully dramatic world that is simultaneously breathtaking and moving. Although the play is based on a specific local pogrom, it carries a universal message to every society that does not accept “the other”, where children grow up in an environment of intolerance, racism, and prejudice.
Awards: Best Production of the Year of a translated play 2014, Best Director of the Year, Best Choreographer. A co-production of The Cameri Theatre and Habima National Theatre.
The production has just returned from a very successful and moving tour through the Balkan Countries.