The Cabaret Voltaire creatively tackles the birth of the literary and artistic movement summed up by the (mostly) nonsensical word - Dada. Set in Europe in the midst of the incomprehensibility of the First Great War, this script bounds with verbal wit and dramatic intensity. A group of free spirits release all claims to a world in which a million people can die on a battlefield. And when the war invades their haven, they are forced to pit allegiance against ideology against love. Dada's real heroes: Tristan Tzara, Hugo Ball, and Hans Arp, are vigorously roused, to again represent that quintessentially indefinable faction of poets and painters.
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