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Organic Theater takes a bold stab at The Memo, Václav Havel's absurdist satire

Bureaucracy, sweet bureaucracy!

Despite having one of the most radical and inspiring biographies of any theater artist, playwright-turned-
prisoner-turned-Czech president Václav Havel hasn’t seen much time on Chicago stages over the years. The last time I recall watching a translation of one of his works was in 2012 at Trap Door, a company that has maintained a reputation for masterfully interpreting esoteric and deeply political plays, many of them of Slavic origin, for 25 years.…

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