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Published on Mar 15, 2012
TERRORISM A Philadelphia premiere of the newly revised version by the Presnyakov Brothers Directed by Rosey Hay March 1 -- 25, 2012 Adrienne Theatre Main Stage
Featuring Karina Croskrey, Jamison Foreman, Sue Giddings, Sarah Gliko*, Eric Alexander Goetschel, Brittany Kvitko, Drucie McDaniel*,Laura Murphy, Sam Nagel, Dan Olmstead*, James Stover* and Russ Widdall*.
* Denotes members of Actor's Equity Association.
There's a bomb scare at the airport, a suicide at the office. A man ties up his lover, an old woman plots murder. At the scene of a gas explosion the rescue workers are busy photographing limbs, for fun. What do these situations have common? Everyone is a terrorist and everyone is a victim of terror. In 6 interconnected scenes, the play takes a startlingly humorous look at a society in which an imminent threat of collective uncertainty looms on the edges of everyday life. Originally presented at the Moscow Arts Theatre.
"A shrewd, scary comedy that suggests that it is impossible to live in the contemporary world without becoming a potential weapon of mass destruction." -- New York Times