The Deep Satisfaction of a Good Fight

Seeing two women engage in violence feels like a strike back against the patriarchy, against the assumption that female bodies will always be victims rather than aggressors. The satisfaction that I feel is grounded in a world in which my body can be seen as a threat, not only a target.

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Why Now?

I believe that for us to look away, to pretend this violence and censorship will abate and we will have a free press is to do so at our own peril, and at great risk to others worldwide in much less secure circumstances.

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"Talk of the Town"

Lately, she has been developing “Spare Rib,” a non-Aristotelian, nonlinear, quasi-comic drama about abortion. Last month, Ellen McLaughlin, the actor and writer, who first encountered Miller’s work while judging submissions for a Shakespeare’s Sister Fellowship, enlisted Kathleen Chalfant, the actor, to host a reading at her house in Brooklyn Heights. Eight Broadway and Off Broadway professionals gathered in Chalfant’s front parlor to bring the play to life.

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