Lazarus is a down and out pensioner convinced his days are numbered. He seeks out his good friend Fonda to entrust him with all his money to arrange a lavish funeral after his death. Fonda, the cobbler, kicks up his heels as he uses Lazarus’s money for one big party for his family and friends. A political and humorous satire written by George Haralambidis, first performed at the Ithaca Festival and brought to life by Dionysus Theatre.
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