Since 2003, the collective has performed classical tragedies every summer at the German military cemetery at Futa Pass. The so-called Progetto Linea Gotica opened with The Persians (2003) and Seven Against Thebes (2005) by Aeschylus and Antigone (2006) by Sophocles.
The cemetery was laid out between 1962 and 1965 by Dieter Oesterlen. More than 30,000 young German soldiers are buried on the twelve-hectare site. The construction gives the impression of an endless spiral that is suddenly interrupted. As a historical site of special symbolic significance, the cemetery offers a unique setting for the interpretation of tragic material.
ArchivioZeta also deals directly with the performative realisation of historical documents and events, such as the trial of Walter Reder.