A work of sovereign scope, theatre devoted to the infinite complexity of the human condition. Now in his twilight years, the leading figure of Polish theatre Krystian Lupa presents his masterpiece. For his first visit to North America he returns to the caustic Austrian writer Thomas Bernhard in a bold amalgam of theatre and cinema presented by actors whose performance rings with resounding truth. Everything is in place for a merciless settling of scores – does making art demean artists irreparably? Lupa poses the question in dazzling fashion.