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May 23, 2012
Excerpt above from America Hurrah. Below are some reviews:
—“Fascinating! Brilliant! … perhaps the most consistently fascinating, frequently brilliant evening of drama produced so far this season.… “ Wall Street Journal.
—“Hurricane of horror.” Boston Globe.
—“At last something new.”  New York Review of Books.
—“Brilliant.” Harold Pinter.
—“His plays don’t develop, they explode.” Variety.—“I was especially impressed by America Hurrah. It is possible that Motel is the best one-act play I’ve ever seen.” Norman Mailer.

Excerpt above from America Hurrah. Below are some reviews:

—“Fascinating! Brilliant! … perhaps the most consistently fascinating, frequently brilliant evening of drama produced so far this season.… “ Wall Street Journal.

—“Hurricane of horror.” Boston Globe.

—“At last something new.”  New York Review of Books.

—“Brilliant.” Harold Pinter.

—“His plays don’t develop, they explode.” Variety.

—“I was especially impressed by America Hurrah. It is possible that Motel is the best one-act play I’ve ever seen.” Norman Mailer.

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