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Ended 5 Jan 2014 after 3 months

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The balance of complex psychological drama, pervasive melancholy and acid humor is riveting.

The Hollywood Reporter

Closed 5 Jan 2014
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Save your money to go and see Spall in something else,
Oct 10, 2013
reviewer: from New York, New York
It would be generous to describe Weisz's performance as two dimensional. This is all the more painful given that the play relies so heavily on the complex relationship between the three main characters. Craig and (especially) Spall gave very enthralling performances, which just made Weisz appear even more mannered and robotic by comparison. How Nichols has let the show get into this state really raises some questions about how he handles his actors.


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