As with all Mamet's plays, the subject is language, the rapid fire staccato of one liners and half completed words that make up contemporary conversation, confrontation, and conflict.
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Just as the Hollywood Powers That Be are beginning to consider the lessening impact of box-office stars, the Broadway Powers That Be are concluding the only box-office sure-things are star names.
Too often the only review that counts is the Times pronouncement via Ben Brantley or Charles Isherwood. This time Brantley's response was not what's known as "a money notice."
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