“Blood and Gifts,” a play by J.T. Rogers, creates a full overview of the issues and choices that were the precursors to our current situation in Afghanistan.
Tagged: political theater
If there is no interest in recording the stories of those who are deemed periphereal, the narratives get lost.
“What story are we going to tell tonight?” the Interlocutor is asked. When he replies, “The story of the Scottsboro Boys,” he is queried, “This time, can we tell the truth?”