This new piece takes aim at U.S. immigration and drone policy in this Kafka-esque roast of nonsense masquerading as justice. More…
From the show:
Visionary theater-maker Kate Kremer takes aim at U.S. immigration and drone policy in this Kafka-esque roast of nonsense masquerading as justice. The piece -- featuring a series of fugitive, fragmentary scenes with four actors moving through many voices -- draws on recent transcripts of Supreme Court justices wrestling with how to police the borders of citizenship in order to deny rights that ought to be inalienable. As repeated brutalities become settled law, a whisper emerges: “If you think you’re the choir, you’re not.”
See it if Drama seemingly concerns a group of 4 immigration lawyers dealing w/global migration problems Conceptual themes dominate fragmented process
Don't see it if Kramer's rigorous intellectual agenda ably on display but has difficulty in translating into emotional content Production is a bit chilly
See it if you are interested in young playmakers who are trying to make new kinds of theater pieces that address the most pressing issues of our time.
Don't see it if you are looking for a traditional play: This piece mixes very brief snatches of character-based drama with other text delivered directly.
See it if you like fresh work by young playwrights on important, current topics, well-staged and well-acted with excellent sound, costumes, lighting.
Don't see it if you cannot listen closely as it moves at a fast pace and is full of words by the five voices and the sounds added. I know I missed a bit.
See it if you wish to see an absorbing, physically and intellectually challenging performance, around boundaries and the treatment of the other
Don't see it if You do not Believe justice is one of the highest virtues