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Ended 29 May 2011 after 3 months

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With savage humor, That Championship Season probes the darkest aspects of the American dream of success at all costs.

Closed 29 May 2011
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47 of 94 people found the following review helpful:
Five stars for 5 "stars",
Feb 15, 2011
reviewer: from Weymouth MA
I saw "That Championship Season" with my daughter on Sunday and it was amazing. The actors were all great and fed off each other in a way that made the show first rate. From start to finish it was very entertaining. All five of the "stars" focused on their roles and never tried to outdo the other. I highly recommend this play to anyone who likes to laugh and who likes to think. No wonder the author received the Pulitzer Prize for this remarkable story.
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49 of 96 people found the following review helpful:
The Truth Behind the Champs,
Feb 16, 2011
reviewer: from Anytown, AT 55555
This play is both serious and comedic and explores American pathologies in a small town atmosphere. "The Champs" are forced to relive their championship season over and over again as they catch glimpses of themselves via their bonding or lack thereof. Liquor loosens their speech as their secrets begin to unravel. The talented cast lives up to the finest of Broadway acting as do the sets and the theater itself.
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