Choir Sing Bell Ring

Characterized by a departure from realistic characters and situations, the plays offer no clear notion of the time or place in which the action occurs. Characters are often nameless and seem interchangeable.

Events are completely outside the realm of rational motivation and may have a nightmarish quality.

At other times, both dialogue and incidents may appear as completely nonsensical, even farcical. However, beneath the surface the works explore themes of loneliness and isolation, of the failure of individuals to connect with others in any meaningful way, and of the senselessness and absurdity of life and death.

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