Nine Wonderful Words About Words from 25 things you had no idea there were words for
Love and Information is tragic and funny, and each piece is so complete I feel lucky to have seen it all together instead of broken up into the acting-class-scene-study standard I am sure it will eventually become. (The chicken scene in 1, especially.)
I’d caution against reading this article unless you’ve already seen the show, because part of the beauty is going in totally blind. But I have been saying since I saw it that I want to give all the awards to the set, costume, and sound designers for giving each play, even if it’s only 10 seconds long, a complete and distinct world.
And yet another person writing about Love and Information who can’t say why this play is “good” other than the fact that Caryl Churchill wrote it. If you liked this play, I have a lecture for you about what you’re doing with your life…because if you’re telling me this play would be produced and critically loved if an unknown playwright had written it, you’re wrong.
the single greatest scene in the history of cinema
Coriolanus by William Shakespeare as performed by Suzanne