Irish playwright Lennox Robinson subtitled this 1933 comedy “An Exaggeration in Three Acts,” and we trust the Mint will offer a suitably larger-than-life production. The script concerns serious-minded thespians who descend on a seaside idyll, attempting to improve the townsfolk’s souls with strong doses of Ibsen and Strindberg.
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This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on August 11, 2009