'Flare Path' an authentic portrayal of wartime Britain (1 year and 6 months ago)

Jan 16, 2013

THEATER REVIEW: "Flare Path" by Griffin Theatre Company at Theater Wit ★★★½ When playwright Terence Rattigan's beautiful and long-neglected "Flare Path" was first performed in London in 1942, Noel Coward's "Blithe Spirit" was all the rage. To many Americans, Coward and his snippy pals still represent the English stiff upper lip during World War II. But there was invariably a note of condescension in Coward when it came to ordinary people,... full story

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