Enter the dark world in which love and terror form a symbiosis that is both disturbing and appealing. This play explores lies, deception and what it means to be stuck in the world without hope. There is enough sex and violence to give it a NC-17 rating, enough questions to make your head spin, and enough meta theatrical references to find humor in the darkness. Vestiges of humanity are exposed before us and we are asked to judge them while we judge ourselves through their frailty.
Inspired by Brecht, Beckett, Ionesco, and Lynch, Love in the Time of Terror is a new work by Jasmina Sinanovic, a Balkans-New York hybrid artist who brings the East to the West and defines diasporic writing for you in a fresh style that will challenge the norms. Patrons, you're not on Broadway anymore.