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Sep

A Savagely Engaging Limbo

By Patrick Hurley

If Sartre’s idea of hell is other people, playwright John Patrick Shanley dives into the idea that limbo is a desperate need for other people. Savage in Limbo, presented by the newly formed Sixty-Six Theater Co. and playing now at the Marilyn Monroe Theatre in West Hollywood, is part naturalism, part surrealism, and part melodrama. And tackles the idea that it’s a helluva lot easier to change if you don’t have to do it alone. Read more »

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