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Depictions of violence in theater: Revelation, not nihilism
In one of the most infamous scenes in modern drama, a group of young men in a London park stone a baby to death in its carriage. What begins as roughhousing escalates to all-out sadism until a rock is thrown at point blank range, ending the child's pitiful cries for good.
By Charles McNulty, Los Angeles Times Theater Critic
February 15, 2013