Pirandello's Liola takes you to the heart of a rural community where property and kinship provoke fierce passions. Liola, a young man troubled by tradition, wonders from town to town, attempting to connect with nature and create children without having a connection to the mother.
Written in Sicilian dialect, Liolà is rarely played in the English language. Tanya Ronder’s new version is performed by an Irish cast and gypsy musicians.
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