Episode 281. Guilty Theatrical Confessions

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Reduced Shakespeare Company PodcastEver have the feeling that the thing everyone says is so awesome you just don’t ‘get’? Join the club. This week, we share our blasphemous opinions about plays, musicals, lionized authors and composers we can’t believe we’re saying out loud. Featuring heretical dismissals, casual disregard, unsupportable claims, and a special appearance by noted theatrical pundit and raconteur Howard Sherman. Agree with what you hear? Disagree? Leave your passionate praise, violent scorn, and mortal condemnations in the Comments section below! (Length 18:47)

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austin · May 16, 2012 at 6:22 am

Giles Harvey in the New Yorker agrees with us http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/books/2012/05/death-of-a-salesman.html?mobify=0

And if Henry James really said, “Economy is always beauty”, then so did he. (Thanks to Christopher Rodel over on Facebook for sending us this link.)

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