The Wilma presents Will Arbery’s ‘Heroes of the Fourth Turning’

Having seen my first dramatic performance, Eugene Ionesco’s Macbett, at the Wilma Project on Sansom Street in 1987, and having kept up with the theater ever since, I contend that the last 18 months have been the most powerful, fecund, daring, and fully realized stretch of productions in the Wilma’s long history. Its current piece, Heroes of the Fourth Turning, written by Will Arbery and directed by Blanka Zizka, continues to prove this.

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Brad Rothbart

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Writer, thinker, diaresis fanboy. Topics: Politics, sports, and disability rights. Email: scrdchao@gmail.com, or caffeinate them @ https://ko-fi.com/sacredchaos

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