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Misguided direction turns Williams' play into an almost total comedy.
Frequently hilarious and touching.
Directed and acted with icy perfection. Vastly superior over the last revival.
Not up to the usual standards of prior Mint Theater Company productions.
Not so much happy talk.
Plenty of laughs but more fitting for a cable sitcom series.
Well intentioned but remains contrived and predictable.
A riveting one person show that is quite unforgettable.
A gem of a revival.
Still a robustly entertaining show
A bizarre and disturbing new play by author of "Slave Play"
Another entertaining play from the Mint.
Among the most inept jukebox musicals.
Astonishing performances in a stunning new play.
Where is the buildup of tension?
An ingratiating performer in his delightful new show.
A well intentioned but detached new play.
One of the best plays of the current season.
A very entertaining play with a bravura performance by Janet McTeer. Unfortunately, it goes off track late in the second act.
A terrible play written by Lillian Hellman early in her career. Poorly staged and amateurishly acted.
While nothing particularly wrong with the show, it does lack its own identity.
May be unoriginal but exuberantly entertaining
The definitive "Fiddler."
A Generally Entertaining New Musical with a Grand Cast of Veteran Performers
Throughly entertaining with a first rate cast.
An exasperating evening filled with unlikable characters.
An intense and beautifully woven new play.
A missed opportunity.
In Search of Julie and Billy in this misguided production.
A flawed but heartfelt play.
More famine than feast.