The Iraq War is one of the most controversial political decisions of the modern age, and chances are, people will be arguing
about its ramifications for decades to come. Playwright David Hare has started his own conversation on stage about the war,
what it meant and the thinking of the people behind it. See what he has to say in this poignant political play.
In 2003, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld reacted to looters running amok in Baghdad by saying that, “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.”
That quote inspired the title of David Hare's play, Stuff Happens. Get Stuff Happens tickets
Many of the important figures who were central to the construction of the Iraq War, including former President George
W. Bush and many of the members of his administration, are depicted in this play, which critiques the decisions they made
and analyzes what the repercussions may have been. Get theater tickets to this production
soon, before they all sell out.