Sylvia spins out her narrative with an almost surgical precision, building tension by increments as the events outside this apartment escalate.
When we no longer needed men like Taroon, their bodies, too, became their own again, and their lives and those of their families, not our concern.
This is the reason why, across Sylvia’s plays, there are no villains. There are only people trying to live – often unsure how – in circumstances foreign to us for their distance from American soil but otherwise awfully familiar.
If an interpreter was shot at, or if their home was looted, they cannot produce written evidence; and even applicants who do include written death threats in their applications are frequently denied for unknown reasons.
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Artistic Director Tim Sanford interviews Will Arbery about his new play, Heroes of the Fourth Turning.
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Artistic Director Tim Sanford interviews Jaclyn Backhaus about her new play, Wives.
“It is very important to me that we look at people who have been overlooked, or forgotten, or whose place in the canon could be stronger,”