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Marvin's Room
Broadway, American Airlines Theatre

Reviewed by Dan Dinero

BOTTOM LINE: Fans of subtle acting will find much to enjoy in Roundabout’s production of a play that is quiet and simple, but deceptively so.

It’s an often unacknowledged fact of life, one many of us try to forget until it stares us in the face—at some point, a parent or other family member whose health is declining will need to be cared for. These events require difficult, perhaps life-altering, choices, with effects that may well linger for years to come. Such is the case in Marvin’s Room

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