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The School for Scandal
Off Broadway, Lucille Lortel Theater, Redbull Theater

Reviewed by Shani R. Friedman

BOTTOM LINE: Red Bull Theater adds Sheridan's witty 18th-century acid-laced comedy of manners to its roster of classics.

Sheridan’s play about the gossiping and conniving that goes on behind the closed doors of the drawing rooms of wealthy Londoners was likely inspired by his own very colorful life and immersion in major historical moments. Born a few years before King George III took the throne, Sheridan went on to become a member of Parliament for three decades and a supporter of the colonists. He also dueled over his future bride…

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