- March 15, 1985 to March 17, 1985
"Howard Brenton's plays are not easy. from Sore Throats his vicious attack on marriage to The Romans in Britain where he alternated scenes of the mediaval occupation by the Romans of Britain with scens of the modern day occupation of the British in Northern Ireland, his plays always stretch the ways we look at these and other issues. Brenton's plays are often described as a meld of Brecht and Genet. He brings the politics down to a level that is both personal and involving. "
By Howard Brenton
- Curated by Glenn Alteen
artist | 2 ProgramsArtists Howard Brenton
- February 12, 1985 to February 23, 1985
"This work can turn the noun angst into a verb carrying the viewer into a dark forest of lost hope. Ultimately we find the hope within ourselves and are better for seeing the work." - unknown
By Howard Brenton, Ken Gerberick, Mickey Stankovic, Susan McKinley