Short, Not Short Enough 

Our appalled critic declines to review excruciating Iraq in 3/3 Time at Etcetera

You know a play's up fake creek without a paddle when one character whips out a handgun to keep the other character from exiting stage left. That device is deployed more than once in the four short but not short enough plays…

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