An inspiring double-bill tonight — MARRIED SEX by Laura Zam and THE PROSTATE DIALOGUES by Jon Spelman. Some amazing revelations.
Soon to post any number of responses. Share your thoughts about these intensely rich, very personal works. On Facebook, my friend
Tim Christensen writes:
These were two one-person, author-read readings about very intimate subjects. Totally riveting, so personal, and I would describe them as autobiographical documentaries as opposed to plays. I’m wondering if Ari Roth disagrees. I hope to see them again when they’re finalized.
I’d say I agree and disagree. They were intensely autobiographical documentaries. AND they were terrific plays in the making, soon to be shared as fuller-length events when they’re presented individually later in the Festival (check the website for various performance times).
What’s the distinction between a “documentary” for the stage and a play? Between story and play? Looking forward to reactions…