The Wanderer and 25 other parts, The Hour We Knew Nothing Of Each Other, National Theatre
The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other is a one-act play without words written by Peter Handke. The play has 450 characters and focuses on a day in the life of an unspecified town square. It was first performed in 1992.
"Even as a committed text junkie, I find myself moved and exhilarated by this extraordinary piece of epic mime: it offers a panoramic image of human continuity that would be difficult to achieve through words alone"
Michael Billington, The Guardian
See an introduction the the National Theatre performance here