An hour long retelling of Pirandello's story of a meeting of two perfect strangers. One of them suddenly opens up to tell the story of his life and his potential death.
The play is believed about the importance of connecting with another human, even when you are on the verge of death you must open to people.
This play, alongside with Six Characters in a Search for an Author, is one of the most famous and influential works by Sicilian writer Luigi Pirandello. In it's day this short one act piece shocked the audience and challenged the very nature of classical theatre.
Can it still do it today? Come and find out for yourself.
Directed by Dimitri Devdariani, Produced by Manuele Macaione and Starring;
Manuele Macaione as “The Man With The Flower In His Mouth”,
Frederic D’Amore as “The Commuter”
Valeria Ljas as “The Woman in Black”.
The Man With The Flower In His Mouth comes to the Tea House Theatre on the 15th, 16th and 17th December 2019.
Box Office on 0207 207 4585
£15 Show Ticket