You come to the theatre with the sole purpose of having fun, and you have writers to whom you
pay for it, and that’s completely alright, but today the poet has set a trap for you.
‘Elämän uni’, the dream of life, is a three-act performance about revolutions and the role of art,
emerging from the world of absurdity and satire. The play was unfinished by the poet Federico
Garcia Lorca when he was executed by the fascists in 1936. The team is now continuing
Lorca’s work — listening to the clues left over from the second and third acts. In addition to the
script of the first act, Lorca defines the locations of the second and third acts: the morgue and
heaven. What traces will the revolution leave? What will there actually be left after the
Through collective mourning, the performance takes the viewer to a common utopia, where
small and maybe even bigger revolutions have made and are making our reality better. We live
in a landscape of possibilities.