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re: Jesse Green review of "The Price"
Posted by: schauspieler 11:30 pm EDT 03/16/17
In reply to: Jesse Green review of "The Price" - SallyFx 11:00 pm EDT 03/16/17

Great analysis of the play. Love this: "The Price is almost abstract in its argumentation, as if in a Socratic treatise." And this: "The Price doesn’t so much advance as turn like a screw, deeper and deeper into the soft wood of memory....it becomes difficult to keep track of the box score of grievance, and you feel that Miller was not quite able, or was perhaps unwilling, to clarify something that was naturally fuzzy." The fact that Ruffalo and Hecht seemed like they "were working things out in real time" felt just right to me, not at all unshaped.
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