Free-Man On The Land

By Spirot with Songs & Music By Dale Ladouceur, 2011, 2013

Free-Man On The Land is another example of a play that had its ideas workshopped in production at The Living Room Playhouse, and then found placement elsewhere afterwards (The Roxy Theatre).

This new work was named for the Freeman On The Land (FOTL) movement: a collection of principles that respond to government incursions (police, licensing, taxation, courts of justice) upon individual freedoms. Through the exploration of a fictional individual (Richard Svoboda), this play intends to query not just the clash of commonweal versus personal weal, but the nature of fiction, identity, and perception.

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