Little Murders (1996)

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Poster by Sioux Roe

by Jules Feiffer

Directed by Peter Medd

Performances: Tue 2nd – Sat 6th July 1996, Bell Theatre


Little Murders was written between the assassinations of John and Robert Kennedy, and depicts the era of gratuitous violence that, in Feiffer's words, "grew out of the frustration of a previously isolationist nation having to go internationalist in an immense way, feeling unappreciated, unloved and finally unwanted for all its good works....All of this the heritage of a Cold War that has taught us that power not only corrupts, it also disables.




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