The playwright and novelist Ayad Akhtar has never been afraid of provoking audiences. His latest work explores the origins of Trump’s toxicity, the tensions of Muslim identity, and the splintering of a family and a country.
“I’m only giving one star because no stars is not an option. Right from the start, it seemed really unorganized. When I arrived, they just showed me in, no registration or anything, and it was like I was left on my own to ?gure out eternity.”
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