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Review: Moonlight goes broad with ?Leading Ladies? farce

January 18, 2013

The first rule in farce is that in order for it to work onstage, the characters need to be grounded in reality, their actions and reactions sincere. That?s true only some of the time in Moonlight Stage Productions? ?Leading Ladies,? the Ken Ludwig farce that opened its winter season at the Avo Playhouse on Thursday.

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