We engulf and tangle with a political idea in a different way than how we listen and respond to a play.
Performing intersections between the personal and political.
Theater should be a transformative experience: Milo Rau’s cheerful and non-cynical brand of political drama
Joost Ramaer speaks with Milo Rau, politcal theater artist and founder of the International Institute of Political Murder (IIPM).
The founder SABAB talks about the challenges making “The Speaker’s Progress,” a satire on political inertia in the Arab world, opening tonight at BAM
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