In Louris van de Geer's play Triumph, characters connect through pain


Inspired by true stories, Triumph's three parts are set in a survivor support group following a 911-type horror, a hospital where doctors can't diagnose a teenager, and a forest where two men are almost cheerfully digging two graves.


Original and unsettling, this play knocks your socks and shoes off with its stark expression of human vulnerability and its shadow side, manipulation. Victims have their own power, a perverted, cannibalistic power, certainly, but victimhood comes with a pay-off.

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