(Catherine Rampell’s article appeared in The New York Times, 7/20.)

Some theater is escapist. “Home/sick,” a new play about the Weather Underground, might instead be called entrapist.

Six violent, polyamorous radicals are trapped by imperialism, racism and bourgeois mores. But they are also trapped, somewhat more literally, in the secret lair from which they plan their guerrilla revolution. And the Collapsable Hole — a converted garage in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, that barely contains this explosive new show — throbs with their claustrophobia.


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