Sunday, February 11, 2007

CLOUD 9 skips ahead in Act II to the contemporary city, where familiar members of the post-liberation young, educated middle class try to cope with changing mores and consciousness, clouded by the sobering spectre of the war in Iraq, in a comedy of gender manners very relevant to the world we live in today.

Generational issues, from children to an elder’s perspective, and how values are transmitted and can change, are also part of the human comedy presented with the theatricality of one of the world’s most respected contemporary playwrights.

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