Thursday, April 12, 2007

"[T]he acting ripples with cruelty and hope," whatever that means, if anything, in a play based on Crime and Punishment, according to the Washington Post.
"Students at a Connecticut high school whose principal canceled a play they were preparing on the Iraq war are now planning to perform the work in June in New York, at the Public Theater, a venerable Off Broadway institution, and at the Culture Project, which is known for staging politically provocative work. A third show at a Connecticut theater is also being discussed."--New York Times