Anon(ymous)
  • Edinburgh Fringe

In this stylised adaptation of Homer's Odyssey, Naomi Iizuka creates a modern day Odysseus in a young refugee named Anon. After being separated from his mother, Anon journeys through the United States in search of his family and identity. Utilising his fractured memories, he navigates through a variety of people and places: from a sinister one-eyed butcher and bewitching barflies to sweatshops and beaches. Will Anon discover his family and identity or will he be lost forever? This story was originally developed in 2006 for the teen audiences of the Children's Theatre of Minneapolis.

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