"I found you. You're here. And I was over there. But now I'm over here. I'm here. You're my brother. I love you."
"In chilly, bizarre scenes of strikingly spare dialogue, Ravenhill deftly conjures a succession of meetings between the men over five years -- before, during and after the fall of the Wall."Variety
"Slowly, Ravenhill uses [the actors] to reveal differences in their cultures and outlooks, each protective of his own country, while inquisitive about the alternate life that could so easily have been his own."British Theatre Guide
"For a play that is brash and flashy in many regards, its beauty lies in the subtle way that it builds emotion and tension. Through the twins, Ravenhill masterfully traces the virulent euphoria of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the initial fascination with the 'other' who is at once deeply familiar and entirely alien, and the gradual souring of a relationship that becomes fraught with jealousy and resentment."CafeBabel
Over There Script
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A programme text edition published to coincide with the world premiere at the Royal Court Theatre, London, on 25 February, 2009.