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In Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. WET Explores the Distance Between Talk and Action in Contemporary Feminism

Washington Ensemble Theater's Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. Explores the Distance Between Talk and Action by Rich Smith I n Revolt, She Said, philosopher Julia Kristeva imagines "revolution" as a constant state of being. The moment a revolutionary stops questioning her tenets, stops holding her leaders accountable to their actions, and stops questioning her own role in the revolution, the radical wheel screeches to a halt.
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