The Man of Man – by Sujay Sood

Synopsis: In lyrical and poetic refrain, an anguished soul in The Man of Man searches for forgiveness for his sin of primal homicide. Man has committed the ultimate sin of killing “the man of man,” a divinity figure, and also killing his Woman in a fit of jealous rage. In a choreographed and lyrical exploration of incidents and motives, Man searches for forgiveness.

Setting: A desert
Time Period: Antiquity

Cast Size: 4
Casting: Man
Woman
Musician(s)

This Play Is: published

Production History: The Man of Man was performed at the Prithvi Theatre’s Play Festival at the Habitat Centre in New Delhi ┬áin 1999, and at Aachen, Germany in 2002.

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