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I Call My Brothers

A car has exploded. A city has been crippled by fear. Amor wanders the city, doing his best to blend in. He must not attract any suspicious glances. But what is normal behaviour? And who is a potential perpetrator?

Over twenty-four hours, Jonas Hassen Khemiri’s explosive play explores where the lines between criminal and victim, and fantasy and reality, blur.

 

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I Call My Brothers (Malmö 2013)
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I Call My Brothers (Stockholm 2013)
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I Call My Brothers (Australia 2015)
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Reviews

“Ensemble of gold”
– SR Kulturnytt

“Audience knock-out”
– Skanska Dagbladet

“Fits like a glove”
– Aftonbladet

“Fast and confident”
– Dagens Nyheter

“Intense and dynamic”
– Kristianstadsbladet

“Crackling piece”
– Dagens Nyheter

“Feverish and plastering”
– Expressen

“Brilliant acting”
– Helsingborgs Dagblad

 


I Call My Brothers began as an essay published in Dagens Nyheter in December 2010, one week after a suicide bombing in central Stockholm that shook the nation. The book was published to great acclaim and later became a lauded play that toured Sweden with Riksteatern in 2013 (directed by Farnaz Arbabi) and premiered in New York in January 2014. It has also been performed in Norway, Denmark, Germany (multiple theaters), France, Spain and Finland.