by David Mamet
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1. A person who opposes the authority of the state.
2. A person who causes disorder or upheaval.
3. Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Mamet’s new play about one woman who is put away for life, and another who is committed to her rehabilitation.
Students of Mamet won’t want to miss it; I was engaged and compelled throughout. Indeed, The Anarchist is a counterweight to the conventional dramatic tropes of family, love and death.” Chris Jones, Chicago Tribune
The Anarchist leaves no shortage of material for after-theater debate.” Elysa Gardner, USA Today
Being challenged to rethink your own perceptions and prejudices is a refreshing thrill of the sort that has otherwise been in short supply so far this season it makes The Anarchist one of Mamet’s most trenchant and timely offerings ever.” Matthew Murray, Talkin’ Broadway
The viewer experiences Mamet’s signature rhythmic language. In what is like a ping-pong game, this battle of two women over freedom, power, money, religion-and the lack thereof, remains compelling during the eighty-five minutes it runs Powerful, thought-provoking, and current.” LA Splash Magazine
David Mamet is a playwright, essayist and screenwriter who directs for both the stage and film. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize and New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award for Glengarry Glen Ross. His plays include China Doll, Race, The Anarchist, American Buffalo, Speed-the-Plow, November, The Cryptogram, Sexual Perversity in Chicago, Lakeboat, The Water Engine, The Duck Variations, Reunion, The Blue Hour, The Shawl, Bobby gould in Hell, Edmond, Romance, The Old Neighborhood and his adaptation of The Voysey Inheritance.
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by on September 30, 2016
- Theatre Communications Group, January 2013
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