Two plays by contemporary dramatists Gregory Motton and Elfriede Jelinek Cat and Mouse (Sheep) by Gregory Motton: Gengis starts a price war with the shop next door and ends up running the country with his uncle and aunty. Covering the Ingratitude of the People, Life, Death, Housing and Education: Cat and Mouse (Sheep) is a satirical voyage through Great Britain. Cat and Mouse (Sheep) premiered at the Odeon Theatre Paris in 1995 "A libertarian piece of theatre, destructive, plebeian, leaving no trace after its passage except the strong weeds of its sarcasm." (L'Humanite) Services by Elfriede Jelinek; two married women deeply weary of the sterility of their sexual existences, arrange a secret liaison with two men code-named Moose and Bear who offer raw animal sex in a dingy motorway service station. Constructed along the lines of Cosi Fan Tutte, Services is a cruel and pornographic comedy premiered in Vienna in 1995 and selected as "Best Production of the Year" by Theater Heute.