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'Arguendo' puts a deft, audacious spin on a Supreme Court argument
'Arguendo' puts a deft, audacious spin on a Supreme Court argument

It seems safe to say that when the U.S. Supreme Court heard Barnes v. Glen Theatre in 1991, it couldn't have foreseen the rampant hilarity, intellectual heft and kinetic amazement of "Arguendo," now at REDCAT through Sunday. By applying the same inventive principles that distinguished its acclaimed epic F. Scott Fitzgerald transcription "Gatz" to a landmark case involving strippers' 1st Amendment rights to dance naked, the ever-incisive Elevator Repair Service scores an unlikely yet memorable victory, and in just 80 minutes, at that. Turning the oral arguments regarding Indiana state law, constitutional precedent and public nudity into a simultaneous...

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