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April 6   -   ArtsJournal: music

International Diplomacy Isn't Theatrical, But Playwrights Keep Putting It Onstage - How Do They Pull It Off?

And they do pull it off: Oslo. A Walk in the Woods. Stuff Happens. The Prisoner's Dilemma. Pacific Overtures. (Okay, that was gunboat diplomacy.) Even Call Me Madam. "[Alexis Soloski] recently discussed stagecraft and statecraft with the authors of past, current and coming plays. Unfortunately, writing hasn't improved their own negotiating skills. 'That's why I have an agent,' [one of them] said."

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