Migraine

An intellectual and witty depiction of the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche as he simultaneously grapples with the idea of eternal return and his endlessly recurring migraine headache.

This comical one-act play featuring a man suffering from a constant, intolerable headache serves as a great introduction to Friedrich Nietzsche for those who have heard of him and are interested in getting to know a little bit more about the renown German philosopher.

For those who have already studied his works, this is an invitation to discover the more human aspects of the man who invented the concept of the Overman. A fictional treatment based on historical research, this is a sprightly text addition to any true philosopher’s library.