Accidental Death of an Anarchist 2006 PR
The Raptus Will Set You Free
nimbus closes its 2005-2006 season with Dario Fo’s <cite>Accidental Death of an Anarchist</cite>.
May 3, 2006
Saint Paul, MN (May 3, 2006) – When an anarchist accused of bombing a bank “accidentally” falls out of a fourth floor window, the police are quick to cover their tracks. But the arrival of a maniac in disguise and a shrewd reporter soon have the authorities scrambling to retract their amendments and amend their retractions. Directed by nimbus co-artistic director Liz Neerland, Accidental Death of an Anarchist closes nimbus's 2005-2006 season. In its first two years of production in Italy, Nobel Laureate Dario Fo's notorious farce was seen by over half a million people. At the time Fo's scathing satire was a commentary on the rampant police corruption in late 1960's Italy. Today it serves as a hilarious but sobering look at how misguided those we trust to protect us can really be. Accidental Death of an Anarchist will be presented June 2nd – June 18th at the Minneapolis Theater Garage, 711 West Franklin Avenue, in Minneapolis. June 2 – 8 pm June 3 – 8 pm June 4 – 3 pm June 8 – 8 pm June 9 – 8 pm June 10 – 8 pm June 11 – 3 pm June 12 – 8 pm June 15 – 8 pm June 16 – 8 pm June 17 – 8 pm June 18 – 3 pm Tickets are $10 on Thursdays, $12 all other days, and $16 for the opening night performance and gala. A special pay-what-you-can performance will be held on Monday, June 12th. Tickets are available by calling nimbus at (651) 229-3122 or online at www.nimbustheatre.com. Cast and crew interviews and preview arrangements can be made by contacting Josh Cragun at (612) 237-9810 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. nimbus has been producing experimental, challenging and just plain odd theatre in the Twin Cities for over five years. In that time, we have entertained and baffled thousands of Twin Citians with an engaging mix of under-appreciated works by established playwrights, new plays by emerging playwrights and innovative company-created productions. We’re weird, we’re grassroots, we’re local and we’re making theatre like you’ve never seen before.