A Bright Room Called Day
From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Angels in America comes this powerful portrayal of individual dissolution and resolution in the face of political catastrophe. Tony Kushner's A BRIGHT ROM CALED DAY . is unabashedly political, thought-provoking, a little scary, and frequently a good deal of theatrical fun . BRIGHT ROM is . an examination of Nazi Germany in an attempt to shed insight on our own time. It's brash, audacious, and, depending on your politics, anything from infuriatingly naive to intoxicatingly visionary. In its 1932-33 span, it tells of a group of Berlin artists and friends, with varying degrees of communist leanings, and of the changes in their lives as democracy falls and Adolph Hitler takes over. -Sid Smith, Chicago Tribune It's fun to see a show this engaged. This passionate and ready to talk. Wild, uneven, pugnacious, ragged, committed, smart, dumb, satirical, and utterly serious . Always dramatically and intellectually forceful. And most important, always passionately committed. More than a diatribe against Reagan or a falling-into-the-Nazi-abyss history play, A BRIGHT ROM CALED DAY is an assertion of the need for commitment. -Anthony Adler, The Reader
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