Belvoir/STCSA’s Mr Burns: dizzyingly clever (The Guardian)

‘[Didion] calls the mercurial act of memory and rearranging “more electrical than ethical” – and at the opening night of Belvoir and State Theatre Company South Australia’s brilliant Mr Burns, no reference seemed more appropriate.

Mr Burns is fittingly subtitled – A Post-Electric Play – but the comparison is closer than that; it’s a three-act play reckoning with the shape of the stories that make us human, give us faith, and create gods and monsters that we can comprehend and thus perhaps fight.’ … READ MORE

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