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NEW - THE LITTLE FOXES - Talkin' Broadway's Review
Posted by: T.B._Admin. 06:47 pm EDT 04/19/17

Matthew Murray takes a look at The Little Foxes:

Certain distances may seem large, but can in fact be very small: between wealth and poverty, for example, or between importance and meaninglessness, or between being somebody and being nobody. This notion, as difficult to argue as it is to define, is the guiding force behind Daniel Sullivan's new Manhattan Theatre Club production of The Little Foxes, which just opened at the Samuel J. Friedman. In this version of Lillian Hellman's 1939 potboiler more than most, you are acutely aware—in more ways than is probably ideal, to be honest—of the towering changes that tiny adjustments can bring. . . .
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