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Wellwin plucked her downe by ye heels, being halfe up ye staires and then he and the rest took her up by ye armes & the legges, and had her out through the hall into ye entrye, where being a wett hole, they threw her downe into it & trod upon hir & beried her filthily with durt, & did beate hir blacke & blewe in many places wth an intent, as these examinants have credibly heard, to have had hir, viz, Agnes, out of their howse to ye horseman & to have set hir up behind him to carry hir to Callne & there washe hir in the cuckinge stoole, & if she would not be still & sitt quietly, then to stuffe hir mouth wth greines.
Given a limited run of only four performances in Stratford, performed in just two hours, with no interval, on the main stage of the RST in German (so for me, in a significant sense, like little Sartre, with "no words" that I could access) but with English surtitles (a translation, then, that English spectators had immediate but once-only access to), this production spoke a German that German-speakers tell me is a kind of "immigrant slang," like black American gangsta rap on speed: seriously misogynist, racist, and bluntly, brutally, filthily obscene--Ali G submerged in a sewer and stripped of comic satire.
A highlight involves a man in bare-bottomed, high-speed, seemingly unending simulated sex and the whole enterprise is filthily funny.
Gareth Tudor Price's production takes the possibilities by the scruff of the neck and the result is filthily funny.
But to say a stroll through various districts "breaks down the idea of the centre" is dubious; as is terming pornography shops the "Other" of the dominant order: The filthily lucrative pornography industry is now very much mainstream.
Actually, Jericho sacrificially gave him up for adoption to give him better chances in life (which is why Paulo became so filthily rich).
Allen said: "We want to veer away from delivering a dull, literal reflection of Thomas's original work, intending instead to explore some of the more erotic, visceral elements of the richly funny, filthily fluid, magical dreamscape - whilst not stooping to mess with Thomas' original text.