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Play moves gracefully from humor to melancholy intensity, from tart insight to tender observation.
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A low-life, hardscrabble Dublin marriage receives a heartbreaking dissection in Irish writer Sebastian Barry's tough-going but ultimately moving two-hander "The Pride of Parnell Street," having its…