Through dramatized scenes, letters, and essays, Body of Bourne presents the biography of renowned writer and World War I pacifist Randolph Bourne, whose short but meaningful life was forever affected by his physical disabilities. From his timid childhood to his ascent to an impassioned social critic, Randolph Bourne's journey takes him around the world, overcoming physical obstacles using intellect and the help of his friends. As Bourne confronts many examples of prejudice throughout his lifetime, he remains a man firmly committed to progressive ideas and the vital need for society to understand the disabled.
- 115 - 125 minutes
- 3 f, 3 m (6-27 actors possible: 3-17 f, 3-10 m)
- Set: Various locations, minimally suggested.