In the midst of a war-ravished city, a brothel caters to the elaborate role-playing fantasies of men from all walks of life. These perverse costumed masquerades parody and stylize the nature of the anarchic political struggle that rages outside. In a stunning series of macabre scenes, Genet presents his caustic view of man and society.
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Review: The BalconyUser Review - Zachary - Goodreads
Exquisite stuff! Genet's masterwork of myth and perversion is among the very best of the theatre of the Absurd. So entertaining and thought-provoking, intellectually stimulating and still quite ... Read full review
Review: The BalconyUser Review - JM - Goodreads
A strange little satirical triptych, in its three-act version. The man knows his evil... Read full review