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Dramaworks’ History Boys Celebrates Intelligence And Education For Its Own Sake

Nearly everyone in the Palm Beach Dramaworks’ superb production of The History Boys is in love with unleashing flash floods of verbiage in an orgy of ideas illustrated by their addiction to quoting a pantheon encompassing W.H. Auden and Frederick Nietzsche in rapid fire banter

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The Foreigner: A Droll Look At Seeing What You Want To See

The Foreigner at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre is a wry, knowing comedy, good-naturedly poking fun at human frailties and overlaid with a wacky daftness. The incisively observed social satire is sheathed in a broad, almost slapstick quality, sort of like Moliere crossed with The Three Stooges.

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