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The Man Who Was Thursday's visual splendors compensate for its extreme verbosity


When you get tired of listening to spies, there’s a beautiful set and lighting.

G.K. Chesterton’s 1908 satire about the battle between order and chaos gets a spirited and beautifully staged production at Lifeline. Though the extreme verbosity of the piece becomes tiresome by about the halfway point of the two-hour-plus show, there are enough visual touches to keep one interested beyond the chatter.…

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