Anima Theatre Company presents
Darkness can do strange things to your mind. It's so easy to make a mistake.
Set on an overnight train somewhere through Europe, The Sleeper, weaves together real testimony from Syrian refugees and personal experience drawn from a Henry C Krempels’ piece commissioned by Vice Magazine in 2015 at the height of the immigration crisis.
Henry C. Krempels
Henry C. Krempels has worked as an actor, writer and director in New York, Florence and Berlin. He is the artistic director of Anima Theatre Company, a group of European theatre-makers interested in experiment. His theatre credits include: Thought to Flesh (Vault Festival), Undercover (Arcola), On the Traces of Gregor von Rezzori (Teatro Odeon, Florence), Eros (Teatro Odeon), The Notoriously Hard to Please (Underground Theatre), and Night and Day (Northampton Royal Theatre). Film credits include Human Statue, Living Doll, Rubbish, Needless to Say and Quatorzieme. His prose writing has appeared in The Junket, Vice Magazine, The Guardian and Newsweek amongst others.
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