The first full production of Alice Tuan's allegedly “unstageable” play raises questions about the future of brutalist theatre and the avantgarde legacy of transformative shock. The diminishing returns of offending the audience allow us to consider how, when, and why we might still feel (and be made to feel) unsettled by the reenactment of violence.

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