The persecution and assassination of Jean-Paul Marat: as performed by the inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the direction of the Marquis de Sade; [a play]
The problem of revolution is the central concern of this unusual play within a play
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arena ASSASSINATION OF JEAN-PAUL ASYLUM OF CHARENTON background bandage bath bathtub bench breathe Caen Charlotte Corday chorus of Patients cloth copulation Corday is led Corday stands Corday theme Corday's Coulmier Cucurucu curtain dagger dance death door Duperret follows Fifteen glorious fight forward Four Singers France front Girondist give guillotine hand head hear Herald knocks three Jacques Roux Jean-Paul Marat knees Kokol Long live Marat Look Male Nurses Marat Marat Marat MARQUIS DE SADE mime mode of thought Monsieur de Sade moves Music ends musical accompaniment Napoleon Orchestra plays PERSECUTION AND ASSASSINATION PETER BROOK PETER WEISS points to Corday points to Marat Polpoch Poor Marat Poor old Marat priest prison pull pushes raises RICHARD PEASLEE Robespierre Rossignol Sade stands Sade's scream shouting Simonne Simonne Simonne stands singing Sisters and Male sits speaking staff stage there's tion tumbrel turned Voltaire waiting want our Revolution wears what's Whiplash whistles