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Now or Later adds up the costs of being a politician's kid


Christopher Shinn’s play about a potential scandal on Election Night feels muted in Intrinsic Theatre’s staging.

It’s not Christopher Shinn’s fault that living in the Worst Time Line Ever has made the hot-button issues in his 2008 play Now or Later feel more like mild provocations. When presidential tweets contain more fodder for outrage every day, a story about the closeted college-age son of a presumptive Democratic president-elect attending a party dressed as the Prophet Muhammad to prove a point about free speech on campus is just sort of, well, quaint.…

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