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The Roman Bath is a comic satire about where the little man stands, from Bulgarian writer Stanislev Stratiev.
Ivan returns from a trip to the seaside to find his home torn apart. Builders have unearthed a lost treasure dating back to Roman times. As the excavation destroys his flat, professors, businessmen with dodgy Swiss connections, local councillors, reporters and even the national union of lifeguards set up camp. Everyone wants to claim the discovery, while all Ivan wants is some peace.
The Roman Bath plays in repertoire with The Titanic Orchestra.