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Thomas Bradshaw Pushes Buttons Most Playwrights Wouldn't Dare
His work "has been described as depicting 'life with all the boring parts taken out.' It might also be described as life with all the ghastly extremes - incest, pedophilia, rape, racially motivated murder - added back in, and depicted in a deadpan style that has prompted both big laughs and angry walkouts." In a Q&A, he explains how and why. The New York Times 10/14/12
Posted October 12, 2012 12:35 AM




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