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I thought I was prepared for Wit when I entered the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. I had seen countless plays about illness throughout my career as an entertainment writer. Last season alone I was deeply moved and inspired by Angels … Continue reading

Cradle and All

Parenthood, the eternal subject of entertainment, is considered from both perspectives – parents without children and parents of a newborn baby – in Cradle and All, a surprisingly poignant and moving comedy in performances at the Manhattan Theater Club. Daniel … Continue reading