“If surveillance was monaural during the Cold War and became stereophonic in the immediate aftermath of 9/11, it is now quadrophonic. It can’t be reduced to the activity of a single state or even a particular government-industrial complex. We are all now embedded in a veritable matrix of surveillance. It has become surround sound.” — from Participatory Totalitarianism.
Interrogation, written and performed by Director of IPS’ Foriegn Policy In Focus project, John Feffer, is a dark comedy about surveillance and interrogation appearing at the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival..
Tickets go on sale on June 19. The box office will be open that day (but not again until July). Or you can order tickets by phone (1-866-4111). Or you can visit go to the Fringe website.
Dates and times:
- July 10: 8:30 pm
- July 12: 10:15 pm
- July 18: 8:15 pm
- July 20: 4 pm
- July 24: 6 pm
- July 26: 1 pm
John Feffer is Director of Institute for Policy Studies‘ Foreign Policy In Focus project and was recently an Open Society Foundation Fellow, retracing his steps in Eastern Europe from 23 years ago. John is the author of several books, including the novel Foamers (Scribner, 1997). Check out more about his books, his articles, and his biography.