Zero

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Oberon, 2008 - Drama - 96 pages
Chaotic, fast, and furious, Zero is the new play from multi award-winning Theatre Absolute. Written by Chris O'Connell, the play is an explosive and anarchic stare at the ethics of torture, and the curse of censorship.
Twenty years from now, in the face of a feast of unabated nihilism, hundreds of camps have been built to torture and gain information at any cost, from those who aim to blow apart the rich pickings of a world that is wealthy beyond its dreams. Alex, a translator at Camp Zero, seeks to tell the world of the brutal regime within the camps, and finds his life is suddenly on the line. Survival is paramount, death may be inevitable, but the truth has to be told.

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Chris O'Connell's previous work for Theatre Absolute includes Big Burger Chronicles and She's Electric.

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