Stuff happens... And it's untidy, and freedom's untidy, and free
people are free to make mistakes and commit crimes and do bad
things.' The famous response of American Secretary of Defense
Donald Rumsfeld to the looting of Baghdad at a press conference in
2003 provides the title for David Hare's play about the
extraordinary process leading up to the invasion of Iraq. Stuff
Happens premiered at the National Theatre, London, in 2004 and has
subsequently been performed around the world. 'Stuff Happens may
make you openly boo, hiss, cheer or even cry, but it will also
remind you why this 2,500 year-old art form remains the best way
for human beings to collectively experience and contemplate the
effects of war.' Los Angeles Times 'A totally compelling play that
ruthlessly exposes the dubious premises on which the Iraq war was
fought... One comes out enriched, informed and moved by Hare's
ability to turn recent politics into historical drama.' Guardian
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