Friday, November 04, 2016

"That's All Being Pulled from the Grasp of the Workers"

"'It’s what I call the de-industrial revolution,' Nottage, a Pulitzer winner and onetime MacArthur grant recipient, says of what’s been taking place in towns like Reading, 'shifting from a manufacturing base to a more service-oriented, white-collar workforce. All of those people invested in those manufacturing jobs found themselves completely upended.'"
"'When you rip that out from under the country, how do we redefine ourselves?'"

Daryl H. Miller in the Los Angeles Times talks with Lynn Nottage about her new play, Sweat.

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