The Gods judge us

“We have moments to decide the fate of a person. In theory, emotions and interests should not interfere. However, there are those who see the situation completely differently from us. We accuse them of past mistakes or bias, claiming they cannot make the right decision. After the discussion, though, we must underline one name and erase the rest from the board.”

This is my favourite theatre piece from Rózsavölgyi Salon. As a journalist for Socfest magazine, I wrote the review after a press performance.