Enron by Lucy Prebble

A rather grotesque theater play, which oversimplifies the Enron story a bit, to make it into a light and more or less funny comedy.
 
The thing which I don't like about such comedies – though insignificant, you can still sense some tiny whiny socialist feel about them – oh, all those greedy bastards, they were after the money, the money is the root of all evil blah blah. Well, who is John Galt?
 

One Comment on “Enron by Lucy Prebble”

  1. […] ears (audio play, no visuals, huh). And luckily, no math or math jargon involved – even the Enron play had much more special lingo.   The way I look at theater recordings now, they're my […]


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