Tag Archives: Sarah Burgess
How Your Sausage Is Made in D.C.: GableStage’s Kings
Few plays have been as ruthlessly photographic depicting the pornographic incest of lobbying and corruption as well as the clash of idealism and pragmatism as Sarah Burgess’ Kings, currently on the dissection tray at GableStage.
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Dry Powder Paints Merciless Portrait Of The Conscienceless
Dry Powder, GableStage’s excoriating tour that delves into the barren ethical landscape of big business is an unsparing drama whose copious humor comes from one character’s blithely limitless ability to do anything to maximize the bottom line with absolutely no concern for the human cost of her proposals.