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By Dario Fo
Adapted by Gavin Richards
From a translation by Gillian Hanna
Directed by Christopher Bayes
Featuring Steven Epp
November 30 - December 21, 2013Yale Repertory Theatre, 1120 Chapel Street
About Accidental Death of an Anarchist
Did he fall? Or was he pushed? Only one man can cut through massive bureaucratic
duplicity and reveal what happened to the suspected anarchist who died at the bottom
of a fourth-floor police station window. In a world of commonplace deception and organized
corruption, he stands as a bastion of honor and justice—he also happens to be
a notorious liar, quick-change con artist, and certified maniac.
The duo behind Yale Rep’s uproarious The Servant of Two Masters
and A Doctor in Spite of Himself—director Christopher Bayes and actor
Steven Epp, playing the Maniac—return with a new production of Nobel Prize winning
Italian playwright Dario Fo’s explosive political farce.
Yale Repertory Theatre is supported in part by the
Connecticut Office of the Arts.
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