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SAMUEL J. FRIEDMAN THEATRE

261 West 47th Street, New York, NY 10036

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Ended 15 Mar 2010 after 2 months

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This thoughtful drama by Donald Margulies that stars Laura Linney and Brian d'Arcy James, giving performances of complementary sensitivity and richness.

Charles Isherwood, New York Times

Closed 15 Mar 2010
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Oustanding performances,
Feb 03, 2011
reviewer: from Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, Canada
I was at the play in October, with my teen daughters (14 and 17). I was a little bit apprehensive about our understanding and appreciation because we are French and not very fluent in English. Two minutes after the play started, I was completely into it. I chose the play mostly because the subject seemed to reach me but I was pleased to discover a play that was at the same time a real good moment. I equally laughed and cry and some parts I got goosebumps when Miss Linney shows in such a marvellous way the distress of the character. We were pleased to see Miss Ricci in theatre and perfectly doing the job for the character she had, so different from what we are used for her in movies.Even if we were in the back of the theatre, second last row, the view was perfect, as well as the sound, we didn't missed a sigh.A special thank you to miss Linney, kind enough to exchange a few words with the people who waited for her at the exit and she thanked the public for assisting. She's adorable.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Oustanding performances,
Feb 03, 2011
reviewer: from Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, Canada
I was at the play in October, with my teen daughters (14 and 17). I was a little bit apprehensive about our understanding and appreciation because we are French and not very fluent in English. Two minutes after the play started, I was completely into it. I chose the play mostly because the subject seemed to reach me but I was pleased to discover a play that was at the same time a real good moment. I equally laughed and cry and some parts I got goosebumps when Miss Linney shows in such a marvellous way the distress of the character. We were pleased to see Miss Ricci in theatre and perfectly doing the job for the character she had, so different from what we are used for her in movies.Even if we were in the back of the theatre, second last row, the view was perfect, as well as the sound, we didn't missed a sigh.A special thank you to miss Linney, kind enough to exchange a few words with the people who waited for her at the exit and she thanked the public for assisting. She's adorable.
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