Synopsis

Dali - Hallucinogenic Toreador

Carl Caulfield

Published by Cyberpress

2 Male 1 Female

A wild, joyous journey into Dali’s strange and fascinating world

Dali: Hallucinogenic Toreador uses the scandalous and surreal life of Salvador Dali to ask questions about art and fame

Outrageous, flamboyant and often on the edge of sanity, Dali considered himself a genius, but was this just a mask to hide his fear?

The obsessions and neuroses that drove his art and life – grasshoppers, melting clocks, crutches, telephones and doubles, also expose his shameful secrets and raise disturbing questions about his legacy

As surreal and provocative as a Dali masterpiece, this new play promises a wild, joyous and moving journey into Dali’s strange and fascinating world

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