The first public performance of an Austrian play about migrants has been cancelled after a critic slammed it as "the stupidest propaganda".
"Welt in Bewegung" ("World in Flux") was commissioned by the Austrian interior ministry and is about two asylum-seekers: a Syrian called Nadim fleeing the civil war and Mojo "from Africa", Austrian public radio reported.
"Economic migrant" Mojo is depicted as naively leaving his unnamed home country after seeing people smugglers' YouTube videos that suggested new arrivals in Europe get 6,000 euros ($7,400), a car and a house.
After his asylum request is rejected, Mojo falls into the clutches of Islamic State extremists. Police pick him up and he is deported. But there is a happy end as he starts a family and a business back in Africa.