Plays Well With Others

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Nice article in the New York Times about the crop of Broadway shows this past year.  The thrust is that star vehicles seem to have been decidely duds this year, while plays featuring ensemble acting are acquiring critical and box office success.  Examples of the former include "Young Frankenstein".  Example of the latter include "The Homcoming", "The Seafarer", "August: Osage County" and Mark Twain’s "Is He Dead?".

Read the whole thing.