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Some of the shows we saw on our recent trip to New York — Tracy Letts’ Linda Vista and The Height of the Storm — were limited runs and closed before many of our readers could get there. But they pointed out opportunities for works we’d love to see attempted on local stages in Florida and around the country.
As Boomers become more of the theater-going public, we see more stories about how we are becoming a nation of caretakers of parents and grandparents. But the play The Father depicts increasing dementia from a far more frightening viewpoint: from the inside.