by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt


The performance is based on one of Europe’s most popular and best-loved authors, Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt’s “The intruder” novel. A woman spies an older woman moving about in her apartment. Scared by the encounter, she calls the police for help. The police investigation reveals nothing, but the woman keeps appearing intermittently, rearranging the woman’s life and possessions. Part-mystery, part-romance, and part-reflection on accumulation of a Life, this story is perhaps the one with the most poignant moral – sometimes, our search for answers may not yield anything at all, for we are blind to the answer that lie right in front of our eyes.


Adaptation, staging and scenography: Vahan Badalyan

Narrartion performed by Araqsya Melikyan

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