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January 30, 2013


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Your review and analysis is really to the point. This was more than enjoyable – it was a highly satisfying evening of theater. In some ways it is a theatrical reflection of the works of Grant Wood. One of the most rewarding things I have seen in Broadway for some time.

I know what you mean about Grant Wood ... it's a sort of regionalist play, like a regionalist painting ... interesting thought, thanks for sending it along!

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