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Androboros (Villain of the State)
Off Off Broadway, Fraunces Tavern Museum

Reviewed by Shani Friedman

BOTTOM LINE: Just in time for election season in New York, this funny, fast-paced political satire from the eighteenth century fittingly unspools at the historic Fraunces Tavern.

The OG of American plays, Androboros was the first to be published (though likely never performed) on our shores, when there wasn’t yet a country, but merely a collection of colonies. Scotsman-turned-British Army General Robert Hunter presided over New York and New Jersey from 1710 to 1720. When he was brought in, New York had already been subjected to a cavalcade of incompetent leaders...

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