Seen at the Theatre: Homebody/Kabul is Tony Kushner's long-awaited, much-discussed play about that most benighted state of Afghanistan. Actually, it's two plays. The first part, Homebody, is a monologue of mind-bending difficultly, here performed by Linda Emond, as a British housewife with a voluminous reading habit and the snarled syntax to show for it. Finding an out-of-date guidebook to Kabul, she becomes obsessed with that far-off place and its troubled, tangled history. The rest of ...
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