A Dangerman is a homage to the outsider. To that man who might talk to you for hours at a hostel. Or start a conversation with you at the library. He's a man we find annoying. He's a man for whom conversation only goes one way. We all know people like this and we all try to avoid them. That's why they are called dangermen. The danger being that you might get stuck with them. But what if what they are saying is important. They may not have the social skills to keep our attention, but what happens if you do listen. This show invites you to do just that. "A Dangerman" is your chance to experience social terror up close.
12 September 2012
Produced by Side-Show Productions as part of Absolut Dublin Fringe Festival.
Smock Alley Theatre
Performed in the Black Box space.
Republic of Ireland
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