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Theater Review (NYC): Mint Theater Revives ‘The Lucky One’ by A.A. Milne

Though his ongoing fame today rests almost entirely on his writing for children, especially the world of Winnie the Pooh, A.A. Milne (1882-1956) was a literary polymath who had a successful career on the London and Broadway stages in the 1920s. The Mint Theater reminds us with the first New York revival of this "serious comedy," a character study of two brothers.

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Theater Review (Off-Broadway NYC): ‘A Day by the Sea’ by N.C. Hunter, Directed by Austin Pendleton

Directed with precision and grace by Austin Pendleton on Charles Morgan's lovely sets, the superb cast brings to warm life this world of dimmed elegance with its lingering divide between the privileged and servant classes.

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Theater Review (NYC Off-Broadway): ‘Fashions for Men’ by Ferenc Molnár at the Mint Theater

In cinematically convincing atmosphere, the great Hungarian playwright's century-old tale of artfully exaggerated personalities, screwy events, and the heights and depths of human nature takes on a timeless quality.

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