Without a Word
Without a Word is a kaleidoscopic view of the original man, who forms and reforms impulse as the dark night of the soul becomes dawn. The characters of Without a Word invite the audience to join them as they juggle Logos between each other and within themselves to become the one and the many. Without a Word is one of Molly Broganâ??s earlier plays and was well received when it was produced in the Chicago area in the mid 1970â??s in collaboration with one of the USAâ??s most exhilarating designers, Margaret Oâ??Brien. It has been called cubist or surrealist, but simply defies category as Without a Word leads its audience through the primal processes of self discovery and consciousness raising.
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