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Colm Tóibín's Testament Of Mary Closes, And He Could Hardly Be More Gracious
"I think it might have been possible for us to provoke people into buying tickets, but I was concerned about that. I wanted this play to be a theatrical experience rather than a culture war over religion. ... But you know, about 30,000 people will have seen the play over a 6-week run by the time it closes, with a standing ovation every night. In European terms, that's a huge success." The New York Times 05/01/13
Posted May 2, 2013 12:56 AM




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