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9 Kinds of Silence Targets the Omnipresent Hum of Nationalism

A PlayCo commission now running at 122CC, 9 Kinds of Silence by Indian theatermaker Abhishek Majumdar posits that nationalism may be just as haunting as battlefield scars post-conscription.

In Conversation

Josiah Davis with Emma Horwitz

As we have moved through the extreme communal and personal losses of the last few years, Josiah and I have worked toward creating pockets of joy and laughter, while excavating the mystery of coming to know oneself. What follows is an excerpted conversation between the two of us.

Worlds Apart on a Shared Stage: The Lost Connections in Hansol Jung’s Plays

A few years after moving to the United States, Hansol Jung started writing a play about a lonely man in Seoul.

In Conversation

Victoria Detres and Helen Park with Marcus Scott

The Brooklyn Rail spoke over Zoom with Victoria Detres (the project coordinator at RISE) and Helen Park (a member of its community of advocates and a Tony Award nominee for her KPOP score) to discuss its service, mosaic of diverse supporters, and subsequent sea change they hope to witness in the years to come.


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