Love in the Age of Terror

Tasoula Kallenou

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    Love in the Age of Terror is a philosophy play written by Edward Spence, who created and founded the Theatre of Philosophy project in 1997 as a way of presenting philosophy to public audiences through dramatic performances based on original philosophy plays written by philosophers and performed by actors in public venues. The inaugural performance of Love in the Age of Terror was at the Sydney Opera House in 2004 for the Greek Festival of Sydney. This recent performance was for the Sydney Fringe Festival. It was adapted to a musical production by Tasoula Kallenou, a PhD student at CSU, who also produced and directed the philosophy play.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationLazy Bones Lounge, 2/294 Marrickville Rd, Marickville
    PublisherSydney Fringe Festival
    Publication statusPublished - 2014
    EventThe Philosophy of Love: Love in the Age of Terror -
    Duration: 27 Sept 2014 → …


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