Facing the Enemy



"Postydia" threatens a war with "Herenow" over a disputed border. The Herenovian Prime Minister has a plan for averting war. One of his Cabinet Ministers, the country's most decorated soldier, derails the plan by sabotaging part of the country's defence system. His brother, an auditor in the Finance Ministry, but also a Commander in the country's intelligence service, is sent under cover to retrieve the situation. But is everything quite what it seems?

The play deals with a number of themes including: the difference between fighting for yourself and fighting against somebody else; the question of what happens when conflict at state level becomes the latter and how to stop it festering and growing until it can only be solved by some sort of cataclysm.

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