mother, here realized by Linda Lavin'snbravura performance as Kate. If Kate'snalready famous monologue in Act II isnprovoked by Eugene, still Eugene,nwho is sitting at the dining-room table,nrecedes along with the present whilenshe relives the one glorious moment ofnher life when she danced with GeorgenRaft. This . . .

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