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100 Reasons for War

Fortyfivedownstairs Theatre
CBD
Fortyfivedownstairs Theatre, 45 Flinders Lane
CBD, Victoria 3000 Australia

Date

31 May –
16 Jun

About the Show

Calamity Practice presents 100 Reasons for War by Tom Holloway at FortyFiveDownstairs.
100 Reasons for War is a collection of vignettes delving into the essence of war and human nature. This play examines the power of language, the origins of public relations, the contrasts between baboon and bonobo societies, and ultimately, why numerous wars have occurred since the “Great War.” Written in 2015, 100 Reasons for War is a humorous, thought-provoking, and cautionary piece responding to the 100th anniversary of Gallipoli.

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Calamity Practice presents 100 Reasons for War by Tom Holloway at FortyFiveDownstairs.
100 Reasons for War is a collection of vignettes delving into the essence of war and human nature. This play examines the power of language, the origins of public relations, the contrasts between baboon and bonobo societies, and ultimately, why numerous wars have occurred since the “Great War.” Written in 2015, 100 Reasons for War is a humorous, thought-provoking, and cautionary piece responding to the 100th anniversary of Gallipoli.

Date

31 May
16 Jun

About the Show

Calamity Practice presents 100 Reasons for War by Tom Holloway at FortyFiveDownstairs.
100 Reasons for War is a collection of vignettes delving into the essence of war and human nature. This play examines the power of language, the origins of public relations, the contrasts between baboon and bonobo societies, and ultimately, why numerous wars have occurred since the “Great War.” Written in 2015, 100 Reasons for War is a humorous, thought-provoking, and cautionary piece responding to the 100th anniversary of Gallipoli.

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Calamity Practice presents 100 Reasons for War by Tom Holloway at FortyFiveDownstairs.
100 Reasons for War is a collection of vignettes delving into the essence of war and human nature. This play examines the power of language, the origins of public relations, the contrasts between baboon and bonobo societies, and ultimately, why numerous wars have occurred since the “Great War.” Written in 2015, 100 Reasons for War is a humorous, thought-provoking, and cautionary piece responding to the 100th anniversary of Gallipoli.

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