Check out the Brooklyn Rail online or grab a copy at your coffee shop or independent bookstore! I can point you to some places to find it in print; just leave a comment if you need direction.
Also, reviews for Richard Foreman’s Idiot Savant are starting to pop up (see New York Times, Huffington Post, and Epoch Times). I was very fortunate to catch see a preview/rehearsal of the production two weeks ago at the Public, and walked out in a fog of happy bewilderment. Foreman’s work is largely opaque to me, yet its completeness is fascinating. Though this play is, by all accounts, deeply concerned with language, it is highly physical as well. Willem Dafoe stars as the title character, weighted against two sensual women and a small ensemble of male (and duck) bodies. Alenka Kraigher is riveting– a suspended, ethereal, cooing presence– while Elina Löwensohn is her earthier, spunkier rival.
Supposedly, it’s Foreman’s last show, so catch it if you can. Idiot Savant runs through December 13.