THEATER — Marx in Soho 

Karl Marx takes to the stage in a one-man, one-act play

“Thank God, an audience!” These are the first words out of Karl Marx’s mouth as he takes the stage for Marx in Soho, a one-man, one-act play penned by the activist historian Howard Zinn, who died in 2010. Leaving aside its…

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