‘The Arsonists’ review: 1950s play sounds like an indictment of politics in the age of Facebook

The Horse in Motion stages “The Arsonists,” Max Frisch’s  cautionary political tale about insidious arsonists hiding out in a credulous businessman’s attic, in a Pioneer Square gallery.

Seattle-based theater company The Horse in Motion mounts a lively production of "The Arsonists," a 1950s play that has lived several lives with several interpretations.

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