The second week of Venice Saved kicks off with another full house, including a dozen students sprinkled around the tables, their faces both tender and suspicious.
David Levine picks up the chalk and begins to write on the wall: political theatre?
“Theatre that’s a commentary on political systems.”
“Theatre that makes you want to change stuff.”
“Feelings as facts – belief systems as if they’re reality – as if they’re outside facts, which is a political gesture.”