Someone Else's Shoes
A sharp and witty satire on the commodification of art and life.
An artist sells her work, but believes she still owns it. An advertising genius hunts for the next 'big idea'. A thief steals shoes and calls it activism... Jed just wants to do the right thing.
Everything is a product: shoes, art, sex - even protest. How can we commit in a world where compromise rules?
Drew Pautz's play Someone Else's Shoes was first staged by English Touring Theatre at Soho Theatre, London, in 2007.
'Clever, cool, and comes complete with a consumer-conscience'Time Out
'Drew Pautz's sure-footed, clever-funny debut... a bracingly cool look at our cut-and-thrust age'Daily Telegraph
'Slick, smart-talking and witty'Independent on Sunday
'Drew Pautz's play crackles with humour and subversive intelligence'Sunday Times
16 Feb 2007Size: 198mm x 130mm
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