Théâtre et génocide

In this text, Cambodian playwright Randal Douc explores, in a poetical manner, questions of language, writing, and theater in the face of genocide, and the freedom of the artist to create when confronted with such violence. On the basis of his theater tetralogy, he discusses his conception of memory, fiction, and the relation to the spectator.

Key words: Cambodian Genocide, theater, writing, language, memory, fiction, creation.

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