Mnemonic (London, National Theatre (Olivier), 2024) | Playbill




A body is found in the ice, and a woman is looking for her father while a man searches for his lost lover.

This story is as much about origins as it is about memory, and remembering what is lost. Mnemonic asks: what is our place in the natural world? How have human relationships with the environment shaped patterns of migration? Who are we, and where do we come from?

Directed by Simon McBurney
Scenic Design by Michael Levine
Costume Design by Christina Cunningham
Lighting Design by Paul Anderson
Sound Design by Christopher Shutt
Video Design by Roland Horvath for rocafilm

Cast Includes Richard Katz, Kostas Phillippoglou


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