Author: Ricard Gázquez
Käthe dreams about moments from her childhood. Her family lived in the countryside. When Käthe was twelve years old, a woman came to the house and took her father away. He was ill and an alcoholic. Her father had another child with that room maid from the health spa, a boy, who was older than Käthe. Afterwards, her grandmother, her mother and Käthe lived alone for a time. Her grandfather had already died. Her father came back around six months later, and shortly after, he died.
Käthe – who is twenty years old by the end of the play – dreams and is reminded of how her family lived, their fears, the upsets and discoveries of adolescence, the desires and the fantasies.
All this, filtered through the functioning mechanisms of the mind and the memory, in a dream.