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Marx in Soho

From 12 member  reviews
Members say: Great acting, Intelligent, Relevant, Resonant, Ambitious

About the show

Join Karl Marx to celebrate the 200th anniversary of his​ birth at this solo play from noted author and activist Howard Zinn. A show which asks: what would Marx say if he came back to present-day America? More…

In 'Marx in Soho,' Karl Marx engages in a passionate, funny, and moving commentary about contemporary American politics and society. First produced by Iron Age Theatre at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival in September 2004, 'Marx in Soho' has been touring the United States for the last 14 years.




May 1st, 2018
"A freewheeling and entertaining 70-minute monologue that weaves together biographical elements from Marx's life with contemporary commentary...Under Doyle's direction, Weick's performance is rich and energizing. He does not impersonate his subject...and he makes Marx a much more contemporary fig...
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September 18th, 2017
for a previous production "Zinn’s funny, fervid, and well-researched script makes connections between the inequities, voraciousness, and failures of capitalism then and now, with specific references to the relevance of Marx’s principles for contemporary America. Weick’s tour-de-force solo performance is humorous and impas...
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September 8th, 2017
for a previous production "It isn’t really a play at all, but rather a 70-minute harangue...Zinn's passion for a more equitable world is intense, and the show is a ringing indictment of the status quo, of the greed-driven Western world...Weick's performance is filled with passionate intensity...If I admire Marx’s ideas, I...
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