A group of people with Down’s syndrome take to the stage to share their longings and frustrations through a free version of Hamlet. The play is a weaving between Shakespeare’s text and the lives of the actors and takes as its starting point the question of existence: To be or not to be? What does it mean to be for people who cannot find spaces where they are taken into account?
Historically, people with DS have been considered a burden, a social waste. What value and meaning does their existence have today in a world where efficiency, production capacity and unattainable models of consumption and beauty are the paradigm of the human being?