HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM ALL OF US HERE AT THE MILLIBO!
Millibo Art Theatre
Happy Thanksgiving!
We are grateful for every day that we  open the doors to the theatre,  step onto the stage, or load a touring show into another school gym or library.
We are in the story business - thank you for letting us share, and  thank you for your treasured support in so many ways over the years!

Only 3 more performances of 
"The Accidental Death of an Anarchist"
Friday and Saturday Nov 24, 25
at 7:30pm
Sunday Nov 26th - 2pm
STUDENT TICKETS ALWAYS $12 at the door!
This is Serious Ridiculousness! 
After a tense interrogation by the police, an anarchist falls out a fourth-floor window to his death. Did he jump? Was he pushed, either literally or psychologically?
The public wants answers. Instead, they get a clown.
The Maniac-played by clown extraordinaire, Jim Jackson-sneaks into the police station. After making a fool of the officer on duty, he gathers the files on the anarchist case. Posing as a judge, he forces the police to explain their actions, then devises increasingly ridiculous cover-up stories for them.
Dario Fo conceived the play to help his patrons heal after an incident in 1969 Milan. The script digs into actual police reports, arming the public against "fake news." In Fo's hands, commedia dell'arte serves as a form of democracy-we may be lunatics, but so are our corrupt leaders.
This is true political theatre. It's also deeply funny.
Jim Jackson twists his beloved clown persona to slightly devious ends. We still get expert pratfalls and prop comedy, silly walks and sillier voices, but The Maniac is more trickster god than party clown.
Alex Williams brings a liquid physicality to the Inspector under investigation. He squirms and wriggles at the slightest order, desperate to save his own neck.
If today's corruption, injustice and rampant propaganda drive you crazy, why not steer into the skid? After all, only a madman could make sense of this world.

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THANK YOU!

THE MILLIBO'S GIVE! CAMPAIGN KICKS OFF NOV. 1ST AND LASTS THROUGH DEC. 31ST
For the past seven years the Millibo has directly benefitted from this wonderful on-line fundraising campaign. We are one of 75 small non-profits that receive 100% of the donations made to our group.
Please help us reach our goal of $27, 354 by December 31st. 
 
Gold for BEST THEATRE COMPANY!
Indy Best of the Springs award for Theatre Company
Thank You for supporting the Millibo!
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