A Self-referential Interlude

First, the hestitancy to weigh in on the scene, for fear of disrupting the momentum of the show, or diverting it from its rehearsed agenda ….

But why are you talking at all – isn’t participation at all a gesture of disruption?

The laughter and spontaneity of the piece do create a better environment for contribution – as opposed to the art world, where things are more regimented and more self-serious.

What are the consequences of speaking out?


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