Tue 7th Aug - Wed 8th Aug RCS, 100 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G2 3DB
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Fires are starting all over the city. No one knows who is starting them. Biedermann, a respected member of the community, welcomes two gentlemen that are down on their luck into his house. When he discovers that his attic is filled up with petrol drums, he is determined to prove that humans are naturally good.
Alistair Beaton’s contemporary translation of Max Frisch’s play is a parable about handing over power to those who can destroy us.
“Frisch's theme, as Alistair Beaton's sharp new translation makes clear, is bourgeois guilt … compact, well-characterised and easily applicable to today's world … a timeless political satire.” – Michael Billington, Guardian
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