A man pushed to the brink of collapse by his superiors. His wife, her infidelity. The tragic consequences. There is nothing half-hearted about Georg Büchner’s hard-hitting classic “Woyzeck” - it’s power is in its simplicity.
Reduced to a diet of peas by the gruesome experiments of the Doktor, Woyzeck finds himself having visions, and entering further and further into a state of madness. The final straw: his wife's infidelity with the Drum-Major. Surrounded by a society that ignores him, and overcome by the voices in his head, it is only a matter of time before Woyzeck reaches the point of no return.