Disparate Accounts

Just because there’s an irony to theatre’s attempts, that doesn’t refute it’s effectiveness.

As for the audience being on the left – people go to church to hear what they already believe.  That can serve a variety of functions.

But why has theatre become such a small-group phenomena?  And why is it doing the same things as when it was a large-group form?  Shouldn’t these tactics change with shifting circumstances?  When I go to a performance, I see the same people again and again.

But even if a small group is turned into a community, that can be enormously political and enormously effective.

Levine: But is the notion of building community enough?


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