In six spine-tingling interconnected scenes, Terrorism takes a startlingly humorous look at a society in which an imminent threat looms on the edges of everyday life.
Reviews of Terrorism:
“…it takes a subject weighing heavily on all our minds and reduces it to its simplest, most brutal, and often craziest component elements. By and large, it succeeds as both commentary and entertainment.””
“…it nonetheless resonates with a chilling intensity leavened by welcome doses of black humor.”
–New York Post
Photos by Carol Rosegg
MAY 23 – JUNE 26, 2005
Written by The Presnyakov Brothers
Translated by Sasha Dugdale
Directed by Will Frears
Carmen I. Abrazado
Harold Clurman Theater
410 West 42nd St.
New York, NY 10036
A coproduction with The New Group