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So life has been rough lately, eh? You don’t know how bad it can get. Loot is a hoot—where the bad guys get away with . . . almost everything. Death, a funeral, and a bank heist—all are turned on their head.
Loot was written in 1966 by Joe Orten, a playwright of scandalous black comedies who became known for his “outrageously macabre” style. The storyline is nonsensical—à la Monty Python—taking pokes at society, government bureaucracy, and the Catholic church.