If it’s true as well as a cliché that it’s an ill wind that blows no good, the closing of the Algonquin’s Oak Room may be a devastating development but may also have at least one mitigating factor. It could bring added attention to this first-rate room in the process of raising its image by booking major entertainers for longer runs. The policy is being kicked off with this great London-based performer reprising “The Man in the Long Coat,” a mind-bending reinterpretation of Bob Dylan songs. The hilarious intros alone are worth twice the admission price.
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