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Good actors can't enliven sad and slow 'Three Hotels' at Beowulf

"I came of age in hotels," says businessman Kenneth Hoyle in Three Hotels, at Beowulf Alley Theatre. "When I fired people or made some sort of bad deal, I did it in a hotel; for some reason, in a hotel, nothing sticks."…

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