The groundbreaking Sicilian work loses all sense of tragedy in Christ Church's shambolic production, which even manages to ruin Pirandello's subtle jibes at traditional theatre.
It could be, perhaps, that the genre is still seen as monolithic and shambolic , Hildas in horn-hats and breastplates.
The zombies themselves are well-realised in the vein of George A Romero's classic monsters - as Pegg himself says, they're so shambolic and endearingly rubbish that you could spend and hour in a room just dodging one.
The armies of the surrounding Arab countries (with the exception of the British-led Jordanian Arab Legion), were shambolic and hopeless.
Lambasted after throwing away a two-goal lead against Austria in their opening group six match on Saturday, England went into the match knowing another shambolic display could cost Sven-Goran Eriksson his job as head coach.
Crash The Party is a shambolic anthem that recalls the jerky, off-kilter energy of Hot Hot Heat in their prime, while there's a warm glow surrounding the slightly more stripped down melodies of the softly-spoken Let It Rain.
An idiosyncratic mix of deliberately shambolic skits, sketches, stunts and spoofs, interrupted by fervent bickering, the show appeared intermittently from 1987 to huge public and critical acclaim.
He was fine before he went on stage but, once he was there, he transformed into this shambolic drug-addled circus freak.
It is early days, but it is possible that this kind of inclusivity is exactly what our notoriously shambolic film industry needs.
Living up to some shambolic ideal of its own invention, The Replacements influenced virtually every band emerging in the early '90s, both in its punk-informed songs and in its career arc.