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It’s been 5 years since Amy Morton first screamed, “I’m running things now!” on Broadway in August: Osage County. Now the Tony nominee is back on the boards and mad as ever in the 50th anniversary revival of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf. As if that wasn’t reason enough to see it, August playwright Tracy Letts joins her onstage as her embittered husband. Stage Rush is giving a lucky reader a pair of tickets to see these two powerhouses duke it out at the Booth Theatre.
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A quality family drama can be a greatly effective play because everyone in the audience can relate in some aspect. Geoffrey Nauffts’ new dramedy, Next Fall, has many entrance points of reliability. Not everyone in the audience will relate to the homosexual relationship at the center of the play. Not everyone will relate to the various religious stances held by the characters in the play. What everyone will relate to, however, is the common denominator of religion in our lives and how it influences our views.