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On role-playing ... and love with 'The Guardsman' at Kennedy Center

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Hungarian writer Ferenc Molnar's "The Guardsman" had a storied history long before it was re-translated by Richard Nelson, re-imagined by director Gregory Mosher and sent to the Kennedy Center where it now plays. It was a famous vehicle for Alfred Lunt and Lynne Fontanne in 1924. That earlier version of the play was a sprightly, light-hearted examination of a marriage almost on the rocks,...

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