Beneath the cities and regions of Rome, Naples, Alexandria, Sicily, and North Africa, there lies a vast, thousand-kilometre-long stretch of catacombs. Many believe that inside these labyrinths some people still live today, mutated descendants from the times of the Roman Empire … A play by the Bulgarian playwright Hristo Boytchev, who, among today’s playwrights in Europe is considered an heir to the theatre of Beckett and Ionesco.