Plays for the Sunni Triangle
"It's pretty rare to see
a political piece that responds to events
in wholly original ways,
and audiences are as
likely to be offended as moved
by Bogard's work."
-- Anthony Nelson, NYTheatre.com
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Three interlocking 10-minute plays, each drawing cross hairs on a different aspect of the Iraq War.
- The first, An Army of Fun, is a dramatic play in verse. An army recruiter escorts a boy from his playroom of army-men to a real life as a desert grunt.
- In the second piece, Just Your Average G.I. Joe, one soldier responds to America's fondness for yellow ribbons.
- The third chapter is an absurd, farcical take on insurgency, terrorism, and anti-terrorism called My Big Fat American
from left: Ryan Love, Scott Voloshin,
Bennett Harrell, Sarah Flanagan