Team Human: The Play is the Thing
Just getting a thousand humans into a room together to sit and watch other humans act out something on stage is the miracle. Playwright J.T. Rogers understands why the very act of doing live theater is so hopeful, and applies this hope to intractable problems like the Middle East conflict – with surprising, and Tony-nominated results.
Also, a monologue from me on the Manchester bombing, and what it means when a fatal stampede at a Who concert in Cincinnati can be considered the good old days.
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