Johnna Adams’ Gidion’s Knot has all the makings of an ideal InterAct play: meaty discussion, complex issues and no easy resolutions.
Searing and provocative, or pretentious and gimmicky? You'll have to decide for yourselves, but InterAct's production makes a good argument for the piece.
In 1978, when NFL players were protected by fewer rules and thinner pads, Raiders safety Jack Tatum hit Patriots wide receiver Darryl Stingley so hard that Stingley was left a quadriplegic. The men never spoke afterward.