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The Dilemma Of David Mamet
"The demise of The Anarchist raises questions about the theater business. Did the lead producers' devotion to Mr. Mamet - and the hope of a lucrative Glengarry revival - mean staging a new work that wasn't right, or ready, for Broadway? ... And does Mr. Mamet, whose brawny, expletive-filled early plays remain stage mainstays decades after their debuts, still have something to say to a contemporary audience?" The New York Times 12/06/12
Posted December 6, 2012 12:59 AM




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