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Stage Door’s Jeffrey Feels Dated, But Funny And Touching
It’s weird but wonderful that two full decades after the height of the AIDS crisis that Paul Rudnick’s touching but hilarious satire Jeffrey now revived at Miami Beach Stage Door Theatre feels a bit like a period piece. The reason Jeffrey still works, Rudnick’s uninhibited wicked wit aside, is that the underlying themes are universal and timeless.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged Clay Cartland, Dan Kelley, Frank Vomero, Larry Buzzeo, Niki Fridh, Paul Rudnick, Randy Charlesville, Shane Tanner Leave a comment