One World Review Company

Wednesday, May 7, 1975 (All day)

One World Review Company 

Artists: Rupert Downing 

Date: May 7 to 9, 1975

Admission: $1.50

Using theatre as a means to further public awareness of political realities in the '70's, the One World Review Company presented an agit-prop collage of social oriented dramatizations and poetry. 

The Trial of the Catonsville 9, by David Berrigan, was used as a vehicle for staging the modern dilemma "justice in an unjust society". Several pieces to further exemplify this theme were chosen from social authorities such as Alexander Solzehnitsyn, Bertolt Brecth, Pablo Neruda and Karl Marx. 

One World Review Company was directed by Rupert Downing. 


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