BY MARK LOWRY
JANUARY 24, 2017
It used to be considered a virtue when playwrights wanted to sneak in clever, beneath-the-surface thoughts without a proverbial wink — even a teensy one. As contemporary playwrights have become more interested in meta-theatricality as if to nod to Shakespeare’s notion that “All the world’s a stage,” those days of avoiding the wink seem quaint.
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