Next Occurrence : 14 Feb 2020
1979, a beach in Brazil, a drowning man meets the mysterious woman that he assumes has saved him. Flattered and entranced by this enigmatic presence, he attempts to justify the unjustifiable, ultimately only succeeding in damning himself.
Created in support of Holocaust charities, 'Mengele' offers a warning from the past of what happens when the world buys into hatred and bigotry.
Returning to Adelaide after sell-out award winning seasons at Adelaide Fringe '18 & Edinburgh Fringe '18 & '19. ★★★★★ "Important, and it is brilliant" The Advertiser ★★★★★ "Astonishing" Daily Business ★★★★★ "Riveting... an exposé of a sociopathic narcissist" BroadwayWorld.com ★★★★★ "Stellar performances" Culturefix "A must-see masterpiece, a message more relevant than ever" Kryztoff
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14, 15 and 25 Feb - Preview -$25
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