There’s a certain cachet, perhaps, to being referred to as “bold” or “daring.” But even those tiredly used adjectives wane when discussing the sheer breadth and ambition of the Ground Floor Theatre. A performance space dedicated to highlighting marginalized voices, be it last year’s run of Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour’s experimental grenade White Rabbit Red Rabbit, or this year’s wonderfully knotted TRANSom, the people behind the scenes curating this space have a deep understanding and knowledge of the kaleidoscope of human existence that might go unnoticed, but here it is rightly illuminated. Bold and daring don’t even begin to describe it.
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