Lover Faces Midlife Crisis; Great ‘Carousel’: U.K. Stage
There are moments in bad plays and operas where characters do all the things they’re supposed to, like fall in love and stab each other, without any good reason. Wagner called them “effects without causes.” Take note, playwright April de Angelis.
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