When You Don’t Have a Real Life, You Make Do with Dreams

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  1. Well, I agree with “run-of-the-mill” anyway, which is a synonym for “mediocre,” the word I used in my review.

    http://newyorktheater.me/2014/10/04/the-country-house-review-trivial-actor-stuff-starring-blythe-danner/

    “Had Margulies made these characters a family of doctors or even circus performers, he might well have been forced to avoid much of what’s banal and outright irritating about “The Country House.” It doesn’t help that yet another Broadway play about actors, wedged in between last season’s egregious “Bullets Over Broadway” and lumbering “Act One” and this season’s forthcoming revival of Terrence McNally’s “It’s Only A Play,” is at least one play too many.”

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