In this darkly comic drama, the charismatic but dangerously unpredictable Roman Emperor tries to understand the meaning of life. Not all goes well for those around him!
Following the death of his beloved sister, Caligula deserts the Roman Assembly for three days and nights. During his absence, he imagines a perverse campaign of murder and horror in a quest to discover personal freedom and happiness.
Nobel Prize winner, Albert Camus’s internationally acclaimed drama creates a captivating theatrical balance between terror, intrigue, and dark comic moments.
This rip-roaring translation by Scottish playwright, David Greig played to rave reviews on London’s West End.
Directed by Michael Eustice and featuring an outstanding cast of Adelaide actors including Adrian Barnes, Robert Bell, Joshua Coldwell, Brant Eustice, Ruby Faith, David Grybowski, David Lockwood, Mark Mulders, John Rosen, Malcolm Walton, Tracey Walker and Lyn Wilson.