IT turns out that Machivelli—famous for his theory about power—also wrote comedy.
But actually, that is not surprising
Comedy has a light tread. In the process of making fun on stage, roles and words leap freely from one position to the next. What wins is not clear. We do not consider the point of the story to be important. We are lured by each scene and improvisation that entertains, and we laugh at that moment as though for the very first time—as when we watch Susilo on stage with Teater Gandrik or Charlie Cha...