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Theresa Rebeck's Magic premiere is a juicy black comedy with the potential to travel as widely as the TV scenarist and novelist's prior stage intrigue, "Mauritius."
The one-act gains considerable fizz from punchy production and bristling interplay of its actors.
Trite, unrelentingly abrasive play confines itself to easy observations made countless times before.
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