Black Actors Off Broadway  

Peter Weiss writesat the edge of the bearable. Marat/Sade, his best-known play, assaults us mainly through the perpetual motion and emotion of a background of actors imprisoned in lunacy. Weiss’ scenic directions emphasize their shock function: “Their presence must set …

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