Nobody Here But Us Chickens
by Peter Barnes
Allsop believes he is a chicken and has been placed in protective custody in a mental institution. Then Hern arrives, who also acts like a chicken. But this stranger has other motives: he urges Allsop to join a secret society of poultry and to adopt the mannerisms of a human in order to walk undetected amongst the enemy's world. The play examines identity and asks: "what is insanity and aren't we all a little crazy?" Photos courtesy of Pete Guither
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