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Ended 21 Mar 2010 after 2 months

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Should Bergdorf Goodman experience a sudden run on velvet smoking jackets and silk pajamas, blame Victor Garber, the debonair star of Present Laughter

Chris Isherwood

Closed 21 Mar 2010
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39 of 53 people found the following review helpful:
Wonderfully Entertaining,
Jan 10, 2010
reviewer: from Red Bank, NJ
We had the opportunity to see the play on the 9th. Its a witty farce with some wonderful performances. Victor Garbers performance as Gary is worth the price of admission alone and when you add the other talented performers in the cast you have a wonderful chemistry. You need to listen closely since the snappy dialogue sends witty barbs of sarcasm,and innuendo flying like bullets and if you snooze you lose. Its a period piece that may be a lttle too sophisticated for a young audience. Bravo I am happy that we saw it and suggest that you catch it on its short run
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