The young man’s naïve infatuation with Europe, where he dives into a bohemian paradise of sex and drugs, inspires [...] a scathing response to his being fetishized as an angry black militant by a group of German cultural revolutionaries [...] In conclusion he wonders if he is “the postmodern lawn jockey sculpture.”I guess I should begin throwing in the term "postmodern" to my blog posts, lest all three of you who read it begin worrying about my intellectual seriousness.
The term postmodern indicates the intellectual seriousness of the show."
27 June, 2008
More Like "Arrogantly Self-Important"
Stephen Holden of the New York Times recently wrote this about new musical Passing Strange: