Abstract

The Assembly is alive and well and living in New York (since 2008), creating group-devised theatre that interrogates The Weather Underground’s activism (HOME/SICK); economic and racial inequalities in the 21st century (That Poor Dream); and aging, art, and self-expression in America (I Will Look Forward To This Later). This young company of directors, designers, dramaturgs, writers, and performers celebrates the legacies of their avantgarde forebears by collectively making visually, aurally, and physically inventive political art that strives to build community.

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