|Date:||17 June 2010|
|Time:||14.00 and 21.00|
Being the third play from Tom Markham, Breath in the Morgue seeks to
explore the psychology of totalitarianism and happiness, creationary power
and engineered subservience, abuse and love of those weaker, and the
effects of dreams upon everything. All of this, seen through the eyes of
someone the Nazis would have classified as 'asocial' due to his mental
condition. It is a dark piece with moments of twisted humour. The
production is minimalist with very little set and few props, relying
instead on lighting, projection and the performers to create the bleak
world in which the play is set.
THIS PIECE INVOLVES THE CURRENT COHORT OF LANCASTER THEATRE STUDIES STUDENTS.
Please support them!
|Who can attend:||Anyone|
|Organising departments and research centres:||Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts|