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Re: “Morgan Street Meltdown: Hadley's Is for Sale After Less Than Four Months in Business

They can't even own the problem. Blame it on the customer: “The fact that Kevin and I bought The Borough and shut it down made a lot of people mad,” Hadley’s co-owner Drew Schenck says. “People loved The Borough. They loved Liz. And they hated us.”

How about, "We just didn't provide an atmosphere that they were looking for."

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Re: “Henry James' enigmatic ghost tale, for two actors

James' original novella is an exploration of the rhetorical device known as the unreliable narrator (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unreliable_narrator).

Ironically (or perhaps brilliantly intentional), by the time I finished this review, I was questioning the reliability of the (critic as) narrator. After reading the final sentence, I wondered, "Is that what he really thought about the play, or did he say everything to set up an opportunity to use the line, 'The result is a show that may seduce us, but never fully consummates the relationship.'?"

Personally, I found both actors superb, as well as effective in setting up the doubt in the reliability of Dana's character as the narrator. Dana Marks never ceases to amaze me in her ubiquitous and diverse undertakings.

Posted by nematome on 08/11/2009 at 1:49 PM

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