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Frank Rich
(1949-____) born on
Feb 6
US columnist. Frank Rich is an Associate Editor and columnist at The New York Times.
         
   
F
There's something endearingly crackpot about this play -- it speaks to us from the century's boom time, when our culture, like the author, was at once naive and inordinately ambitious.

R
The playwright starts off angry, soon becomes furious and then skyrockets into sheer rage.
A
The actor doesn't merely command the stage, he seems to own it by divine right.
N
As synthetic and padded as the transvestites' cleavage.
K
Yul Brynner's performance in "The King and I," . . . can no longer be regarded as a feat of acting or even endurance. After 30-odd . . . Mr Brynner is, quite simply, The King.
 
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: On revival of Eugene O'Neill's "Strange Interlude, in NY "Times," 22 Feb 1985.
R: On Larry Kramer's "The Normal Heart," about AIDS, in NY "Times," 22 Apr 1985.
A: On Richard Burton's revival of "Camelot," role he created in 1960, recalled on Burton's death, in NY "Times," 6 Aug 1984.
N: On "La Cage aux Folles," in NY "Times," 22 Aug 1983.
K: On opening night of Brynner's farewell engagement in the title role he created in 1951, in NY "Times," 8 Jan 1985.
   


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