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So says the director to the actress. Spoken with jokey reassurance, this disclaimer is delivered in the opening moments of “Returning to Reims,” an all-too timely rumination on working-class disaffection and nationalist politics from the German director Thomas Ostermeier, which opened on Sunday at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn.

What Paul (Bush Moukarzel), the director, means is that the performer, Katy (Nina Hoss), needn’t worry about fluffing lines. After all, they’re in a studio where she’ll be recording the voice-over for a film by Paul, and mistakes can be erased with the flick of a dial.

But audiences familiar with the work of Mr. Ostermeier, and his Schaubühne Berlin company, may hear a different, more confrontational meaning in Paul’s words. Mr. Ostermeier, whose productions of classics like “Richard III” (seen at the Brooklyn Academy of Music last fall) seemed not so much to push envelopes as to rip them apart, is celebrated for redefining how theater should behave.

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