Witty Literary Comedy Bunbury from Mill 6 Collaborative
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Lebensraum is a great example of the power of innovative theater to open our eyes and make us think. Using a cast of just three actors to play 40 very different characters, this bold work is based on the fanciful, explosive idea that a German Chancellor might, as an act of redemption, invite six million Jews to Germany and promise them citizenship and jobs. What happens next is a shocking examination of the effects of the policy on Jews and Gentiles, who have very different views of life and very different reactions to the program. Learn More
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Clever, enjoyable, and well-written. Theater nerds will get the most out of it (you may want to brush up on Streetcar Named Desire and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, and at least wiki Waiting for Godot). I can see how it would be great on the page, or with real British actors.
Note: uncircumcised full-frontal. From like five feet away, because there are only three rows. I guess it alleviates all the high-brow literature, but still sort of unattractively exhibitionistic.
A comedy that proves everyone’s life means something—even if they don’t exist!