Thursday, July 16 – 7:30pm live stream
Walker Brents III retells the story spun by Albert Camus in his 1947 novel, La Peste (The Plague)
When “you” becomes “we” is where absurdity transitions into meaning. Facts are cold; truth is warm. Such literary masterpieces as The Plague, by Albert Camus, offer our human souls awareness of this. And so, as if to answer a demand of the age, Walker Brents III offers a re-telling, composed before your listening eye, of this profound tale.
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