Fantasy. Greed. Chaos.
The financial fake news of its time – what happens when one of the world’s most successful businesses, named ‘America’s most innovative company’ by Fortune for six years in a row, turns out to be built upon nothing but corruption and lies?
The dramatic story of Texas energy giant Enron, whose sudden collapse in 2001 left thousands of employees in despair and shook the foundations of Wall Street, is one of the most infamous scandals in financial history.
With tragedy, surrealism and razor-sharp comedy, this play delves into the devastating implications of economic deceit and raises questions of our own times. Written by Lucy Prebble (winner of the George Devine Award and Critics Circle Award for Most Promising Playwright), Enron fuses movement and music to bring this real-life tale of fraudulent fancy to life on stage.
Enron is a Made at Curve and De Montfort University co-production performed by a talented company of drama and performing arts students from the university.
Recommended for ages 14+