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Accidental Death Of An Anarchist

Date:7 - 9 April 2000

Venue:Victoria Theatre

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This play tells of how a lunatic, who was arrested and taken to the police station, adopts different disguises to fool the police. The playwright uses absurd comedy to shine a light into the dark corners of human society, exposing its deformities and sicknesses as well as the absurdity of the human condition. In the process, passion and imagination are inspired.

 

In April, The Theatre Practice will be presenting “Accident!?” its first Mandarin play of the year. This play is based on “Accidental Death of an Anarchist”, an original work by Dario Fo, one of Italy’s most controversial playwright, director and actor in contemporary times.

 

Dario Fo was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1997.

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