The title of the performance Gorki – Alternative for Germany? is intrinsically multilayered. It poses a straightforward question: whether Berlin Maxim Gorki Theatre can be an alternative, left-wing, artistic project open to foreigners and their problems and thus a real social alternative in Germany today. Although still one of the most open societies in Europe, Germany, like many other countries, has also started taking a turn to the right. Recent elections, for the first time since the Second World War, have put a far-right party - Alternative for Germany – into Bundestag. In an artistically original and inventive way, Oliver Frljić once again tackles his favourite subject: social function of theatre and its potential for political resistance. Using his typical approach, based on pseudo-documentary theatre and improvisations, Frljić explores political correctness in how Maxim Gorki Theatre applies employment of actors in prioritizing minorities, since that approach still does not reflect the true percentage of foreigners in Berlin and opens a possibility of the creation of "theatre asylum" for ethnic and other minorities. In the second part of the performance, the stage - both metaphorically and literally - rotates 180°, thus criticizing right-wing expansion. In other words, the performance poses the question whether a progressive theatre, if it agrees to a certain ghettoization and a game within a system, represents a true resistance to the system, or is simply an alibi for artists’ conscience.