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April 15, 2015

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TLTheatreblog

Hi John, some of what you find fault with, I found to be artful in my Traffic Light Theatregoer review! But it's good to chew over these things. It's true there's a feel of an exercise in rhetoric, the art of persuasion in the classical sense. There are clues, I think, the characters may be persuading rather than telling the truth. Having seen two plays now by the same writer, his writing seems quite sly, even grating, but, at its best, stylized for a reason, dramatic and worthwhile. Like reading a well-written review with which one may not always agree but is still compelling!:)

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