A town is beset by plague and the bodies are piling up along with moral accusations, political implications and medical speculations. We peer into households and down many streets as people search for any logic to the ceaseless barrage of death. One of Ionesco’s last plays, The Killing Game is a piercing and frighteningly funny look at how the function of language and the panic surrounding social crisis sends a community into a chaotic state of paranoia, hypocrisy and opportunism.
By Eugene Ionesco
Directed by Ensemble Member Dado
Featuring Ensemble Members Lance Baker, Mierka Girten & Doug Vickers
Lighting Design by Ensemble Member Mike Durst