...but life & responsibilities won't slow down enough these days to give it proper attention. Plan to do so by the end of the week, definitely.
Meanwhile, here are some folks who thankfully have given it attention:
Washington's Theatre J has not only been doing their own presentation but features lots about the play on their own blog, including an interview with the playwright herself. Then the company's director Ari Roth had to sit through a grilling from the Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg who, um, doesn't care for the play. (hint: his post's title is: "Caryl Churchill: Gaza's Shakespeare, or Fetid Jew-Baiter?")
David Cote was there with me on the second.
Tony Kushner & Alisa Solomon not only moderated at NYTW the night I went but also have a cover story in the current Nation with their responses to the play. I'm waiting for time to sit down with this, too, and will respond. But go ahead and read it--not only because the authors are of note but any time we have theatre on the cover of a news magazine, it's a must-read!
And then there's...you? If you went, let us know what you thought.