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2008 Stories by Rob Weinert-Kendt

Archives: 2009 | 2008
  • Five Kinds of Silence Is Beautiful Prose and Stiff Drama

    published November 26, 2008

    As prose, Shelagh Stephenson's Five Kinds of Silence is surpassingly lovely, gritty, and hauntingly empathetic to all the fighters on... More >>

  • Urban Death

    published November 12, 2008

    Zombie Joe is the real thing: a genuine outsider artist with an aesthetic so single-minded it approaches madness. In Urban Death, an... More >>

  • Dive Into the Murk: A Body of Water

    published October 22, 2008

    In the theater, goes a contrarian dictum of David Mamet’s, there are no such things as characters; there’s only what the actors do... More >>

  • The English Channel

    published October 1, 2008

    It takes chutzpah for a playwright to tackle Shakespeare not as a topic or a template, but as a flesh-and-blood historical character. Robert... More >>

  • Southern Promises

    published September 17, 2008

    Laughter is almost always a reliable refuge from discomfort, even if the relief is fleeting. With Thomas Bradshaw's deeply twisted, coolly... More >>

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