For Bodin, the ``theatre maker'', poetry and events have to be visual, simply to be narrative on stage. The Hard Way Out is a laboratory for political disruption. As in Ancient Greek choruses his... More > theatre investigates the collective narrative for the sake of the present. He reaches from the European civil war in the 20th century to the American identity crisis since 9/11.< Less
Consolations in Exile.
A Collection of three small plays.
Bodin's plays depict human life in time, reflecting the modern world. A rich variety of individual stories stand for a collective truth. The... More > character's inner conflict collides with historical circumstances and this creates a dialectical unity of antagonistic tension. In this striking dramatic texts, Bodin is both clever and observant, and the effect is vastly affecting.< Less