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Lehman Trilogy Is Staggering Epic Tale of Family & Capitalism

The Lehman Trilogy, now enjoying a forceful production at GableStage, combines a solid story about generations of a family seen through the immigrant experience with a precise look at the American Dream seen through the lens of capitalism and the beginnings of the stock market — a staggeringpdouble-edged story showing the triumph of three Bavarian brothers, newly arrived in America during 1844, in relation to capitalism.

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Sublime Acting, Extravagant Design Grapple With Stolid Structure In The Audience

The Audience, the West End sensation turned Tony winner , conjures 10 meetings, between Queen Elizabeth II and her prime ministers. The play’s regional premiere at Maltz Jupiter Theatre, is like watching an interstitially linked short-play collection. And like every shorts compilation, some of the pieces delight while others plod.

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