Why is the theatre in a strong position to force and focus public confrontation with social issues?
Most productions do not act as propoganda but present the issues in all their complexity as food for thought and such focus public debate, stimulate dialogue, and turn public attention and compassion to important issues
A play's reaction to the individuals stems from the fact that the best plays
link up with our deepest musings and help us to put our random ideas into some sort of order or philosophy
What word fits the definition of "that which holds the attention"?
Theatre can be seen as entertainment
In all cases
The journalist's review generally is
limited to a brief, immediate reaction written within a few days of seeing the performance.