At the outset of the 20th century Frank Wedekind wrote Franciska, a touching story about a young woman who tastes from an absolutely free existence. In a society dominated by men, Franciska has but one weapon: her nature, her femaleness.
Perceval translates the debauchery of Franciska's life into a large-scale production. The young cast gets an incredible freedom to express the brutality of the text.