Chimerica’s scope and ambition is pretty remarkable (Time Out Sydney)

And my one paragraph about a poorly conceived scene led to angry phone calls!

“Pivoting between American and Chinese perspectives – and interjecting a British perspective, in the form of Tessa, a consumer research guru investigating the Chinese market on behalf of a credit card company – the play invites us to contemplate basic questions: what is the right side of history? What exactly is the good fight for human rights and human life? Who do we harm when we try to make a difference with our lives and work, and who is harmed by our inaction?” READ MORE

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