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Two fan fictions in Raleigh 

There are two kinds of people in the world: those who insist on dividing humanity into two groups, and those who don't. Conservative and liberal; Republican and Democrat; great taste, less filling—when it comes to theater criticism, we generally ignore such trifling…

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Having invested only a couple of decades in journalism myself (though not anywhere near the high-stakes level of the characters …

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Perhaps this isn't the main point of the review, but I'm put off by the condescending "these journalists are challenged …

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