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Impossible Marriage, by Beth Henley
A Lovely Escape
Monday, June 3, 2002
5.0
There are plays meant to challenge the viewer and cause a series of huge internal discoveries. And then there are the plays where you sink into your chair and enjoy a respite from the world. Both are important, and both are difficult to acheive. In the second category, I felt it at the recent productions of "Pygmalion", "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" and, just recently, "Impossible Marriage". I enjoyed myself thoroughly. It was a sweet escape into a Southern garden filled with bodice-ripping and intrigue, and the contentment of knowing it will all work out just fine in the end. I was pleased. Time and money well-spent. Good show.

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