A direct, poignant and revealing show about mass control mechanisms by a theatre company with a unique personality
What is the most effective method of controlling the crowd? Why does fear work? How is a leader born? Why are we listening? Can we only survive as a group? What makes a group of individuals come together spontaneously to achieve a common goal? Just some of the many questions posed by the latest Mos Maiorum project. A poignant and revealing show – half fiction, half documentary – about the various mechanisms of mass mobilisation and control. An anthropological and sociological study of the concept of the mob, gregariousness and the capacity of the masses to transform and act.