Enron: The Scandal Skewered by the Zeitgeist Stage Company
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Dramatizing the extreme depths to which some "reality shows" will sink in order to boost ratings, Good Television follows one such moral spiral to its explosive end. Connie -- an intervention counselor and producer of a television series that showcases people battling addictions -- has reservations about an upcoming episode. But against her better judgment, she agrees to travel to South Carolina with the rest of her colleagues in order to profile a young meth addict and his family. Connie's superiors are hungry for a risk-filled, riveting and potentially explosive episode, while Connie's concerned that she won't be able to fight off her own inner-demons. Learn More
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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magnificent production wonderful talented leads
erin cole (as claudia roe) and greg ferrisi (as andrew fastow) are great in their roles but particullarly victor shopov (as jeff skilling) is magnificent he just blew us away
totally professional and talented complete ensemble very well done everybody thank you thank you for a job well done
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“An exhilarating mix of political satire, modern morality, and multimedia spectacle. A fantastic theatrical event.” —London Guardian
“A sharp-witted and rollicking business thriller to dazzle the eye and tickle the brain.” —Time Out New York
In Enron, one of the most infamous scandals in financial history is transformed into a theatrical epic. Mixing classical tragedy with savage comedy, the play follows a group of flawed men and women in a narrative of greed and loss which reviews the tumultuous 1990s and casts a new light on the financial turmoil in which the world finds itself in 2010. Inspired by real-life events, and using music, movement, projections, and pure theatricality, Enron is a financial vaudeville that captures the circus feeling that precipitated the collapse of the energy giant.