MARAT / SADE

MARAT / SADE

Assembly and Prologue. This design of the play Marat / Sade, by Peter Weiss, takes place in a long warehouse that has been converted into a bath house for the mental patients, who have been taught through art therapy to express themselves through drawing. In their hysteria, they steal de Sade's papers, drawing both on them and every available surface in the bath house, and in the chaos of the final scene, the patients destroy the baths, spraying water all over the paper-covered space.

MARAT / SADE

MARAT / SADE

Preparation. Audience are led from the entrance of the bath house, through the baths, to seating at the far end.

MARAT / SADE

MARAT / SADE

Homage to Marat.

MARAT / SADE

MARAT / SADE

Marat and de Sade have a philosophical conversation concerning life and death.

MARAT / SADE

MARAT / SADE

Corday and Duperret meet.

MARAT / SADE

MARAT / SADE

Corday whips de Sade.

MARAT / SADE

MARAT / SADE

Intermission.

MARAT / SADE

MARAT / SADE

Epilogue. Chaos ensues, and the paper-covered bath house is drenched by water spraying from the damaged baths.