Experimental absurdist play: A Chair Called Amadeus

One brother is in love with a chair called Amadeus that can communicate with him. Is it god? Is it Stalin? Who knows.
The other brother is a war criminal who doesn’t know he’s a war criminal.
They live in an oppressive regime surrounded by giants who are visiting their country as tourists. Who has the most power? Have a Hershey bar. 

Read it here:

A Chair Called Amadeus by Yuki Iwama

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