EYE ON THEATRE: Of Cripples and Crossdressers By JOHN SIMON

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The Irish theater has thrived on its characters’ eccentricity, sometimes based on outlandish individuality, sometimes on mere benightedness. Yeats was the chief exception; other playwrights mostly followed this proven recipe. Otherwise put, whereas in sophisticated comedy protagonists are smarter than the rest, in typical Irish comedy they are more conniving, more absurd or just more loony. Out of this tradition …

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