Soon after Occupy Boston started, Danny Bryck felt called to check it out. He brought along an old microcassette recorder and taped the first of what would become more than 100 interviews with protesters. Those interviews and recordings of meetings, speeches, and even police raids on the Dewey Square encampment form the text of “No Room for Wishing,” a one-man show that Bryck calls “a documentary play.”
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