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The greatest thing about this play, is how seamlessly it goes from scene to scene It s great and filmatic to be taken from place to place But I don t think there is room for In the Boom Boom Room any, yet, it s still being done It s a very dated and simple way of asking questions about what it means to be a woman I d like to see it, but I doubt it ll ever be revived in London Dublin Belfast Holy fuck This play is crazy the characters speak rather poetically, but sometimes don t make any immediate sense they re mostly poorly educated, slum kids from Philly, but their perceptions of the world are complex and dark Imaginative and well dark. What happens when a male author not only includes major female characters in a work, but tries to capture something of an all female world And further, what should we say when the raison d etre of she le main is to be cornered into these awful gender dynamics, the victim of physical and psychological hate crimes For that is how it is, no I do not know Maybe he has understood something about the fear, THE SCOURGE OF WOMANHOOD, and, shall I suggest it, SOMETHING UNIVERSAL Maybe he has even w What happens when a male author not only includes major female characters in a work, but tries to capture something of an all female world And further, what should we say when the raison d etre of she le main is to be cornered into these awful gender dynamics, the victim of physical and psychological hate crimes For that is how it is, no I do not know Maybe he has understood something about the fear, THE SCOURGE OF WOMANHOOD, and, shall I suggest it, SOMETHING UNIVERSAL Maybe he has even written in a convincing voice, the way an uneducated woman would talk and think But, I read this a couple weeks ago, and the only thing that s sticking in my mind are the stage directions at the end of the play, and the parade of men invading her bathroom.That being said, any text on a pg that can make me feel sick gets at least 3 stars, the LJ seal of approval.I will refrain from attempting to make any connection between this woman and Tanya in The Black Monk for everyone s sake What can I say Given such an awful title, I d hoped the content might be good enough to justify it Negative I concur with another reviewer this play is crazy It s an attempt at blending ideas from mid 70 s psychoanalysis and sexual politics and street culture into some groundbreaking drama Maybe it was, once Reading it now, though, it seemed dated and sexist despite good intentions There s not even shock value left I appreciate some of the bravery in subject matter and staging but overa What can I say Given such an awful title, I d hoped the content might be good enough to justify it Negative I concur with another reviewer this play is crazy It s an attempt at blending ideas from mid 70 s psychoanalysis and sexual politics and street culture into some groundbreaking drama Maybe it was, once Reading it now, though, it seemed dated and sexist despite good intentions There s not even shock value left I appreciate some of the bravery in subject matter and staging but overall this was a letdown At least it didn t drag through a third act, in this revised edition This script plays towards aabstract type of theater which was definitely something new for me, but at the same time made it a bitchallenging to simply enjoy I did very much like the character of Chrissy and understood her plight. I loved David Rabe But I don t really love this play The language is good as always, but the story falls short and it s one of those blah blah blah scene shift plays that doesn t really go anywhere. Although I was in this play, I don t really like it very much As an actor, it was great fun But the characters never really experience any redemption and the ending is very unsatisfying *Free Epub ⇱ In the Boom Boom Room ↟ Book jacket back This extensively revised version of David Rabe splay returns it to the two act structure originally intended by the author, as it sharpens and focuses his searing portrait of a young dancer s descent into hell