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Review: 'The Assembled Parties' a terrific drama

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NEW YORK (AP) — The intermission at "The Assembled Parties" takes 20 years. No, really: The first act begins and ends in a Manhattan apartment on Christmas Day in 1980, and the second opens in the same place on Christmas Day in 2000. It is the best time travel right now on Broadway. The latest work by playwright Richard Greenberg is a beautiful and touching look at the inner workings of a...

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