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Familial Circles
Theresa Carilli demonstrates how the Italian-American family communicates in a web of never-ending conflict with...
Manifesto for a New Theatre: Followed by Infabulation
Pasolini published the Manifesto for a New Theatre in Nuovi Argomenti in 1968, while...
Beyond the Ruins
The original version of this play, the last part of a trilogy on the theme...
Women as Lovers
Dolores Street and Wine Country are two plays that humorously yet dramatically capture San...
Dog and Crow
Dog and Crow describes the meeting between art and politics, revolving around the liaison between...
Sister and Lovers
The two satires in this volume present a witty, yet scathing indictment of today's loveless...
Marinetti Dines with the High Command is a work that dramatizes the turbulent life and times of F. T. Marinetti, founder of Futurism, the first global art movement. Marinetti's artistic career raises enduring questions about art and politics because of his association with Fascism, and the second part of my work is an essay which explores the implications of this association. What makes Marinetti unique is that it is the first work that assesses Marinetti's life in the context of a command performance he gave for the German High Command in January of 1934 -- and the spectacular conclusion to...

"We sing the masses moved by passion; we sing the polyphonic marches of revolution; we sing the vibrant nocturnal fervour of arsenals and of street corners illuminated by the violence of electric lights; we sing the train station devouring smoking serpents"
Marinetti Dines with the High Command
Natural Stories #1
Piece Work
Duo for Obstinate Voices
The Nativity Scene
Tattoo Joint
A Woman of Lemnos
TWO LETTERS... And Counting!
Love Letters
The Savage Father
Smile, you're getting old!
The Divine Sisters