The Seattle Times is reporting on a play in which "fears for U.S. national security, of harsh treatment of detainees at Guantánamo Bay", and other difficulties of the war on terror are discussed in the context of an interrogation; the main character, an Arab-American, is being grilled by U.S. federal agents investigating a domestic act of terrorism.
More information: "Back of the Throat" by Yussef El Guindi. Thursday-Saturday through June 18 at Theater Schmeater, 1500 Summit Ave., Seattle. $15/Free under 18. www.schmeater.org or 206-325-6500.
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