Terrorism contains six scenes from urban life linked by an almost invisible thread, subtly indicating that we bear responsibility for one another even in our urban limbo. Terrorism paints a picture at once familiar and strange, deftly depicting with minimal means the moral bankruptcy of the new Russia.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published September 1st 2003 by Nick Hern Books
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Terrorism is a fascinating look at the roots of violence in our daily lives. It explores five barely-connected storylines that are both horrifying and frighteningly resonant. This play is very apropos to several of the deeply rooted questions that we are beginning to ask ourselves - how does violence start? What causes these daily terrors that eventually derail us? How do we communicate between one another in this depersonalized world?