Play explores interaction between values, politics
A production by the Northern Illinois University School of Theatre and Dance explores how politics can become intimately intertwined with individual values and personal judgment.
Playwright Tony Kushner’s “A Bright Room Called Day,” based on Bertolt Brecht’s 1938 play “The Private Life of the Master Race,” will run today through Sunday and Feb. 7 through 10 and will stage in the Stevens Building Players Theatre on the NIU campus.
“A Bright Room Called Day” opens on conversations between a middle-aged German actress and her artistic friends in the early 1930s. As they witness the fall of democracy and Adolf Hitler’s rise to power, they realize they must face challenges to their personal lifestyles and beliefs.
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