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The Error of Their Ways

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Length: 100 pages54 minutes

Summary

From a playwright rated by Alan Ayckbourn and Howard Barker to be the most exciting new voice in British theatre comes a shattering re-imagining of life as we live it now, set in the context of a bloody revolution.

Witness to a brutal political assassination, we are introduced to a society fractured by a lack of belief in anything meaningful, in which everyone has something to protest against. This skewed world spins giddily between the surreal, the mundane and a ghastly graphic reality. Powerful poetic language, raw emotion, dark humour and big uncomfortable ideas build a fast moving story of ‘quite shattering impact’ (The Guardian).

The Error of Their Ways received its world premiere at the HERE Center, NYC in August 2007.

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