Original titleACCADDE DOMANI
Cast1 total (1 F)
Variable cast sizeNo
RepresentationNordic representation
“ACCADDE DOMANI” (part of the collection "Orgasmo Adulto Escapes from the Zoo" which helped rendering Dario Fo the 1997 Nobel Prize in literature) portrays Irmgard Moeller, a German terrorist and member of the RAF (Red Army Faction) who was sentenced to 22 years in jail for bombing and killing three U. S. soldiers in 1972, and who was stabbed during her detention. She was revived by a young doctor who noticed her breathing on her way to the morgue. The play is Moeller's monologue describing her state of mind and her sensations before, during and after the stabbing.