Tag: Neal C. Bell
“A poet is a terrorist.” If that is the case, as one of English novelist G.K. Chesterton’s characters declares in Little Green Pig Theatrical Concern’s adaptation of his metaphysical thriller, The Man Who Was Thursday, running from Dec. 5-21 at 539 Muze in Durham, then surely the novelist is a masochist. Who else would put… Read More ›
“Now You See Me” is a savage satire of Reality TV’s insidious invasion of the most intimate moments of its subjects’ private lives. Bell’s fictional television series, called “Final Battle,” is tailored to the viewing tastes of the type of people who stop to rubberneck at automobile accidents and airplane crashes.
Playwright Neal Bell’s latest play “Now You See Me” takes as its theme America’s obsession with reality television. It is a satire about life, love, and death on TV.