Price of Money
Price of Money
Money controls the world we live in. Whether you have it or not, the power of money is a driving force; determining lives, characters and actions. In this brand new production Belarus Free Theatre explore how theatre has depicted money throughout the ages; from ancient Greece, through the Elizabethan golden-age to today’s fractured economy.
Working in the genre of devised documentary theatre, Price of Money is based on Aristophanes' Plutus, the first political satire on money from ancient Athens, and Ben Johnson’s work on the emerging ethics of capitalism, The Staple of News.
Co-commissioned by Falmouth University's Academy of Music & Theatre Arts
Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, Cockayne Foundation, The London Community Foundation and The Foyle Foundation
Age Guidance: 12+
Saturday 20 September 2.30pm performance will be followed by a post show discussion.
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Photo credit: Steve Tanner