By John Nathan, September 16, 2010
These small but perfectly formed one-act pieces by Tony Kushner provide an insight into what preoccupies the very clever, very Jewish, very political and often very funny mind of one of America's finest playwrights. Two focus on psychiatry, one on a tax fraud, while another sees a guilt-ridden Laura Bush, wife of George W, read Dostoyevsky to dead Iraqi children. This last is as hard hitting a play as any I've seen on American foreign policy.
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