This time from Bloomberg. The coverage is mainly an opinionated summary of one performance/discussion of the show at NYTW. Like me, the writer's "baloney detector" goes off when work is overly contextualized and thus somewhat "defanged". And he has some interesting things to say in charting his own reactions to the piece (he's not a fan, but there's clearly something about the intensity of the writing that he finds appealing).
As fodder for a public forum, however, it was a dud. The “conversation” was led by Laura Flanders, a feminist writer and cable television host who made an unconvincing stab at neutrality (“It’s really a play for all of us”) before urging the conversation toward a pro-Palestinian point of view. She was abetted by an audience plant, identified as “Connie,” who helpfully described the U.S. as “the most rapacious empire the world has ever seen” and Israel as “an unsinkable aircraft carrier for U.S. imperialist policy” as if she were reading the menu from a nearby restaurant in Alphabet City.