Pavol Seriš presents the comedic monodrama Samko Tále on November 9th about what we hate everything. This is the adaptation of the Slovak bestseller Daniela Kapitáňová Book about the Cemetery, which is the story of Samko Tále, who in a specific way and language glosses about life in a small town. The text is not only a reflection of his perception of the world, but also of relations between people and society as a whole, with its prejudices and stereotypes. Despite his own relationship to the environment, Samko tells us the cruel truths of hatred among people, racial intolerance, human malice, and intolerance to otherness.
Pavol Seriš and director Monika Pulišová updated their adaptation of the book with reference to the increasing, extreme nationalist tendencies in Slovakia. After the show, a creative debate will take place.