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April 20, 2011


Susan Sullivan

wonderful review Paul

Susaan Straus

Your 2nd and 3rd paragraphs seem to me particularly strong in terms of the analysis you have done. I mean that as a good thing - but this review feels heavy to me. I guess that is an accurate reflection of the play though - so another good thing. I also like the way you highlight a couple of things you didn't like but very softly.

Ann Baker

This is wonderful !!!!!! I wish you had written this at the beginning of the run. Pt, I'm going to step out on a limb here, in my most loving motherly tone, I'm going to TELL you WHAT TO DO. You must go to the theatre in the very opening nights of the run. You must then write about what you see as you have written about this, before the end of the first week's run. You must get this in the Boston Papers. You are too good an observer and writer to keep this to your chosen readers. You would be preforming a wonderful act/service to the public, the coffers of the theatres and our reputation as a professional city.

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