Accidental Death of an Anarchist
In its first two years of production, Dario Fo's controversial farce, Accidental Death of an Anarchist, was seen by over half a million people. It has since been performed all over the world and is widely recognised as a classic of modern drama. A sharp and hilarious satire on political corruption, it concerns the case of an anarchist railway worker who, in 1969, 'fell' to his death from a police headquarters window.
This version of the play was premiered in London in 2003.
Commentary and notes by Joseph Farrell.
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Review: Accidental Death of an AnarchistUser Review - Muskan Jaiswal - Goodreads
A very complex play. Love it. Read full review
Review: Accidental Death of an AnarchistUser Review - Ana Sanz - Goodreads
3/4. Dario Fo creates wonderfully surreal situations through his development of a 'Crazy' character, mocking the power of the Italian police force in an attempt to recreate the outcome of a real-life incident that occurred in the 60's. Read full review