(Note: After a brief summary of plays seen in this summer of 2012, one more review , added to the long repertoire of American and Canadian plays surveyed in this companion volume: a gangster Importance of Being Earnest. It was a long time coming, given the surprising but telling confluence of Damon Runyanesque characters and their memorable polysyllabic diction and the corresponding clear complexity of Wildean character and dialogue. And now, here it is. A fitting close, one hopes, to a long career of playgoing captured in reviews written soon after the event and dedicated to the lively theatregoing instincts of readers.)


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