Two Plays of Life and Death:
"Who Cares?: The Washington-Sarajevo Talks" and "Kate and Kafka"
UNIVERSAL AND TIMELESS, these companion plays chart the journey of a man and a woman struggling together on the Road of Life and Death.
Who Cares?: The Washington-Sarajevo Talks is based on the playwright's calls to Vlado Azinovic during the siege of Sarajevo when he ran Radio Zid, "trying to keep normal life alive." Developed as universal drama, the play dramatizes the power of human contact and normalcy amidst chaos. Premiere: Victory Gardens Theater (Chicago). Subsequent productions: Studio Theatre (Washington) and Festival of Emerging American Theatre (Indianapolis).
Kate and Kafka is a dream play in which Katharine Hepburn, the Life Force, meets and contends with Franz Kafka, the Death Force, in an end-of-the-world setting, the Sanatorium Ultime. Readings: Oregon Shakespeare Festival and the Last Frontier Theatre Festival, founded by Edward Albee.
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