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"A man can live in a room," says the woman, the only speaker, telling us about the man, a performer who enacts this monologue. (In the original production, the man was played by dancer and choreographer, Jonathan Taylor).
His is a life where, although material wants are met, loneliness leaches out all joy, all meaning. His hero is Buster Keaton, the funniest man in the word, an ironic comment on his own joyless life.
Daniel Keene's collaboration with director Ariette Taylor—the Keene/Taylor Theatre Project—was critically acclaimed both locally and overseas.
Performed as part of the KTTP Season 11 under the title of The Funniest Man in the World at Grant St Theatre. Director, Ariette Taylor; Designer, Adrienne Chisolm; Lighting Designer, Shane Grant; Stage Manager, Angela Hicks. Cast: Helen Morse, Jonathan Taylor