Later this month, when 5,000 Republicans and their families descend on the city for their national convention, they will likely be greeted by tenfold their number of Bronx cheers. Scores of theatrical productions, festivals, and street actions are planned in response to the RNC's four-day invasion. In keeping with its ancient beginnings, theatrical satire will play a leading role in the symbolic dethroning of the powerful. And while authorities scurry around to prepare for 1,000 arrests a day, they might just be missing the point: The most lethal force to emerge from the RNC protests this summer could... More >>>