Our first production represents the past of Rwanda, soon after the genocide. It explores the pain, loss, memorial and restorative justice that characterized Rwanda’s emergence from the flames.
Our second production is set in the present, with diaspora returning, loved ones missing, ghosts haunting and with perpetrators living side by side with victims in an unprecedented example of reconciliation.
Rwanda Means the Universe
Our third production will speak of the future of Rwanda. It will do so from the perspective of Rwanda today and be made by the people living there now. It will be a collectively created performance piece by our actors, and will incorporate research, interviews, writing, film, music in collaboration with leading Rwandan artists.