“They’re our holy fools, who — even when no one is watching — keep the art’s sacred fires burning. Rehearsal isn’t so much a preparation-to-show as it is a kind of religious practice — as endless, deliberative, and open to inspiration as a Shaker meeting.” Helen Shaw reports on what’s kept them busy through the pandemic: their own original translation and staging of Bertolt Brecht’s The Mother. – New York Magazine

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