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Review: 'A Picture of Autumn' is bitersweet

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NEW YORK (AP) — Even if you don't actually embrace change, it's wise to at least attempt to adapt. The perils of ignoring the post-World War II social revolution in England are gently lampooned in "A Picture of Autumn," N.C. Hunter's bittersweet 1951 portrait of an out-of-date family of aristocrats. The Mint Theater's engaging revival of the drawing-room comedy gets livelier as it progresses....

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