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"Our faces are set directly in front of a waste pipe gushing with television shows that excessively humanize the lives of the wealthy people who control the world." "IN THE SPRING OF 1997, New York City’s Classic Stage Company hosted a revival of the Depression-era play Waiting for Lefty. A New York Times review reflected on the “unfashionable” concerns of the playwright, Clifford Odets, while at the same time describing the world he conjured in a way that sounds strikingly contemporary: “This is Clifford Odets country, where ordinary people are manipulated and often destroyed by all-powerful economic forces.”
"Our faces are set directly in front of a waste pipe gushing with television shows that excessively humanize the lives of the wealthy people who control the world." "IN THE SPRING OF 1997, New York City’s Classic Stage Company hosted a revival of the Depression-era play Waiting for Lefty. A New York Times review reflected on the “unfashionable” concerns of the playwright, Clifford Odets, while at the same time describing the world he conjured in a way that sounds strikingly contemporary: “This is Clifford Odets country, where ordinary people are manipulated and often destroyed by all-powerful economic forces.”
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