. . . I do want to point out that in the Times, Oskar Eustis of the Public Theater is quoted as saying:
" . . .if we’re ever in a situation where we’re holding up a major nonprofit stage for a year or two with a single show, you should complain to me.”
Okay, so . . . why is old Oskar so palsy-walsy with Diane Paulus, who has all but crippled the ART's second stage for the past three years with the imposition of The Donkey Show? I mean, I can't think of any major work that has gone on at "Oberon" since the arrival of that pseudo-Shakespearean quadruped.
So Oskar: I'm officially complaining to you. If you wouldn't do that kind of thing at your own theatre, why do you support people who do it at theirs?