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Michael Murray
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1 stars
Bring some bottled water
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Or, add your own...Metropolis Café (and s everal other restaurants) are located w/in a short walk from the theatre.
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3.3 average rating
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27 reviews
5 stars
attended Dec 02 2010

I never walk out on plays, but I was sorely tempted. No redeeming qualities at all, offensive, no point, just a rant touching just about every hot button issue you can think of .... and no humor. Hopelessly overacted.

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5 reviews
3 stars
attended Dec 05 2010

I found this show entertaining; some funny lines and well worth the price of admission. I'm not a prude but the "F" word was used a bit too much. A generally good satire on the state of American politics today.

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attended Dec 05 2010

Minor Mamet, and still beyond the evident skills of this troupe. Direction was haphazard, and acting was inconsistent and self-conscious. I agree with a prior review that no one seemed to "own" a character. As the brief but interminable sitcom...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

Read a New York Magazine "Q&A ": playwright David Mamet.
Read about the history of the "National Turkey Pardoning Ceremony. ":


This timely political comedy, finds an incumbent president facing an election year low on money, poor approval ratings and pardoning turkeys.