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Making her return, as Norma Desmond defiantly crows, as a great star attempting her own ill-fated comeback, Glenn Close is following in the tradition of Broadway stars who’ve revived their characters for a new generation. This time around, Close’s Norma Desmond is more recognizably human.
THEATER REVIEW: A Delicate Balance Golden Theater, New York, January 18, 2015 “I was wondering when it would begin… when it would start.” -Claire For the first forty minutes of A Delicate Balance, Edward Albee teases us with the passive-aggressive whispers of a sedate upper-class family, sipping anisette (“Sticky.”) and cognac in their austere living-room. Agnes, […]