The Political Event of a Non-Play

A great number of things are said about Rachel Corrie, NYTW, 7 Jewish Children.

The curious question of the non-event …

In the first Courtesan scene,  a great deal was left to the imagination, and this allows us to enter into it, more than the other scenes were things were so fully determined by facts.

Is bad political theatre like a PSA? That the more you become more sophisticated, the more you demand …

Is Caryl Churchill’s play still political if you already agree with her point of view?

What about the performance of a play with a real conservative point of view?

Jeff Beihl describes the experience of doing Hell House at St. Ann’s Warehouse.

How do you get collective action from an incredibly diverse audience?


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