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December 01, 2013


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What a wonderful review – I too really enjoyed this, and the way in which the characters were built as very real human beings not stereotypes. One of the items that I enjoyed was the mention of the sailing boat class call the Snipe – I had raced these at one time in my life. I heartily recommend this play to all – but I wonder if the twenty something or thirty something theatergoer will really enjoy as those of us who are somewhere past 40? Thank you Flea Theater and Gerney for one of the most delightful evenings consider that one could ask for.

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