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Review: Secrets swirl in 'The Great God Pan'

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NEW YORK (AP) — Suppose you found out something terrible might have happened to you, yet you still couldn't remember it. Amy Herzog's thoughtful new play, "The Great God Pan," about a possibly repressed memory of childhood sexual abuse, is more about the nature of memory itself, and the often well-intentioned miscommunication patterns that develop within families and relationships. In a...