In a recent Times piece "Therapist and Patient Share a Theater of Hurt," (NYT, 11/5/14), Robert J. Landy, director of N.Y.U.'s drama therapy program m...
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Unfortunately, when the dark comedy opened 33 years ago, mocking therapeutic practice as a comic ploy was already wearing a beard. Imagine how tired it is now as material for belly laughs.
Like anyone else, the main characters want a meaningful relationship. The problem is, as this production nicely shows, it's impossible to have a meaningful relationship when everything around them is void of meaning.
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