'The Madness of George Dubya' NPR's Guy Raz reports on the British play that features a fictional George Dubya as its lead character who declares a war on tourism from his bunk bed. The play, The Madness of George Dubya, is from playwright Justin Butcher at the Teatro Technis, a small fringe venue in north London.

'The Madness of George Dubya'

'The Madness of George Dubya'

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NPR's Guy Raz reports on the British play that features a fictional George Dubya as its lead character who declares a war on tourism from his bunk bed. The play, The Madness of George Dubya, is from playwright Justin Butcher at the Teatro Technis, a small fringe venue in north London.

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