Archibald Macleish’s Panic comes to ANU

johnboy 20 July 2011


The ANU School of Cultural Inquiry, College of Arts and Social Sciences is putting on a timely production as the global financial system dances on the edge of the abyss.

Experience the unsettling power of Pulitzer Prize-winning American playwright Archibald MacLeish’s groundbreaking verse dramaPanic, a searing exploration of financial collapse that eerily foreshadows the contemporary drama of the GFC. Starring Tony Turner as an embattled banker struggling to survive financial ruin, Panic will play on the mainstage at the ANU Arts Centre from August 18 to 27.

It’s on at the ANU Arts Centre and it’s free (bookings recommended).

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