Lost and Found

(Lost and Found)
2F / 2M

Marie has tried long enough to salvage the family spirit and her botched marriage with Eric. Now she's giving up and getting out. Her husband does not even care about her anymore, he has had a lover for a long time already; Marie and Erik have no control over their two children anymore, either, they are unkempt and outright nihilistic. In matter-of-fact coldness, Anne, the problem-child, complains about suffocating in this mass-grave called home, she prefers to be an addict living in the street; 16-year old Peter, who is gay, comes home just as rarely, and when he does, he confronts his parents with his neo-fascist views. In Lost and Found, hate-filled young people come face to face with the old people, in a world that "you have created" and that does not leave a chance for the young generation.

Lars Norén

Lars Norén

Lars Norén (born in 1944 in Stockholm). He started writing at the age of thirteen; his first collection of poems Syrener, snö was published in 1963. Since then he has been writing poetry, novels, theatre-, television- and radio plays. ...

Plays by Lars Norén

U: 14.10.2005 Nationaltheater Mannheim (Regie: Johannes Gleim)