How To Rule The World
Sex, lies and the balance of power
An Aboriginal, an Asian and an Islander walk into a bar. It’s not the beginning of a racist joke, it’s the catalyst for a stinging satire from award-winning playwright Nakkiah Lui (Black is the New White).
Vic, Zaza and Chris are political insiders hustling their way to the top. They want influence, they want change, they want to take over Parliament House. They leave that bar drunk on power, with a plan to take over the world. First step: find a likeable white guy to use as a political puppet. What could possibly go wrong?
Don't miss Sydney Theatre Company’s hilarious new production exploring sex, lies and the balance of power – on stage this now at Sydney Opera House.
Content warning: Suitable for audiences 18 years and over. Strong language, adult themes, drug use, sexual references, theatrical haze and strobe lighting.