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Critic at Large

Four playwrights' forte is provoking the body politic

By Ed Siegel
Globe Staff / January 30, 2005

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Everywhere you look there are lamentations about the death of serious plays in America. Broadway is a tourist mecca for nothing but musicals. Good writers are gravitating to TV and the movies. (Full article: 1539 words)

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