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May 16, 2013

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Great expectations – but only disappointment - I wonder if Foreman is/does much better in off-off B’way setting such as St/Marks Church. This production did not have the zest and zaniest of his other works – is the Public Theater too gentrified?? The two prostitutes did no look like your work-a-day sex workers but more like Vogue models.

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