Stage & Dance

January 12, 2014 4:37 PM

Review: Balagula's well-done, unusual 'Terrorism' asks uncomfortable, important questions

A unique brand of 21st-century fear and paranoia takes center stage in Balagula Theatre’s production of


, the Presnyakov brothers' dark, absurdist comedy that has gained international acclaim since its Russian debut in 2002. Unconventional staging in the Downtown Arts Center's black box theater, careful direction by Natasha Williams, and the playwrights’ atypical narrative structure make for an unusual but highly effective evening at the theater.

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