The Age of Improv A Political Novel of the Future
- List Price: $16.00
- Binding: Paperback
- Publisher: Harpercollins Canada
- Publish date: 03/01/1996
"...an important voice that ought to become more important still". -- The Globe and Mail
"May our dark age never get so dark that there is no piece in it for voices such as his" -- Books in Canada
It is the beginning of the 21st century and an election has been called, but the traditional political parties no longer exist. With only a video camera and his gifted ability to improvise, actor Matthew Deans begins his own campaign. What transpires makes Rick Salutin's The Age of Improv a provocative and fascinating novel about the relationship between politics and theater.