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Delirium: After the Brothers Karamazov

Delirium: After the Brothers Karamazov

Enda Walsh

ISBN: 9781854595294

Depicts the struggle to survive in a world losing its moral and ethical boundaries. This work dramatizes the way that the actions of the fundamentalist threaten to overthrow the established order, heralding an era where 'everything is permitted'.

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An exhilarating plunge into a darkly male universe, "Delirium" depicts the struggle to survive in a world losing its moral and ethical boundaries. It dramatizes the way that the actions of the fundamentalist threaten to overthrow the established order, heralding an era where 'everything is permitted'. Commissioned and performed by theatre company Theatre O, "Delirium" re-interprets Dostoevsky's classic and compelling tale of family rivalries for today's audiences.
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Enda Walsh

Enda Walsh is a playwright and screenwriter who shot to fame when he won both the George Devine Award and the Stewart Parker Award in 1997 with his play Disco Pigs. In 2007 and 2008 Mr. Walsh won Fringe First Awards at two consecutive Edinburgh Festivals for his plays The Walworth Farce and The New Electric Ballroom. The former led the Guardian to name him "one of the most dazzling wordsmiths of ... view full profile

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