Don't get too used to the civility that precedes Christopher McElroen's revival of Peter Weiss's Marat/Sade. After you've been greeted by a well-heeled trio outside the theater, you're plunged into the Asylum of Charenton where the inmates are preparing to present a history of French revolutionary Jean-Paul Marat as written by the Marquis de Sade. Behind chain-link fencing, the all-male cast, many nude, don institutional jumpsuits. It's clear you're in for a wild ride with this sprawling philosophical play that provides few answers for the questions it raises about the nature of man... More >>>