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This issue's Critical Acts focuses on “war and other bad shit” in terms of censorship, immigration, and art as a form of political protest and recovery. In “Habeas Corpus,” Ann Pellegrini uses Sally Field's censored Emmy-acceptance speech to exemplify the Bush administration's...
Yoduk Story is the first known North Korean dissident musical, staging a fictional account of the authors' traumatic memories and experiences in a gulag. Despite the creators' indictment of North Korea as a human rights violator and Yoduk Story 's efforts to subvert everything that the North...
This mockumentary in the form of a self-interview takes a sidelong glance at the role of the artist in Lebanon, a country torn apart by years of civil strife and war.
Fusco's monologue addresses the role of female interrogators in the War on Terror. The piece is staged as a briefing by an intelligence officer who rationalizes the use of sexual harassment by female interrogators of Islamic fundamentalist detainees.
From his rise to power in the mid-'80s to his trial 20 years later, Miloševićć was the focus of powerful social theatricalities. As a public performance, Miloševićć's trial is inseparable from the mass meetings he organized in Serbia between 1987 and 1989; the political drama of the...
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