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September 21, 2013

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Thank you for an excellent and incisive review of what I found to be a good to very good play. Again I can only agree with you concerning the quality of the players. The story was perhaps a little bit too melodramatic at the end. Also the set allowed for anticipation of the final end for what you see prominently on the refrigerator side is a magnetic bar holding knives. From the moment I walked into the theater and saw that, I realized that they were not random and this would build towards the climax. I would say - people go see this – it’s better than most but not as good as all – a good evening at theater with excellent actors.

That's interesting about knives clueing you in. Thanks for making that point.

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