The Great Connivance

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Nearly 60 years have elapsed since James Agate, the London theater critic, quipped, "The English ceased to be playgoers as soon as there was anything else to go to." On Broadway, the American solution has been to guarantee ticket sales by casting celebrities. The cause of Agate's complaint . . .

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