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I thought I'd be settled by my age, you know, but, man, it never ends ... mortgage, car payments, Internet, our dishwasher just gave out. Don'tcha think it should cost less to be alive?
— Erik, a 60ish working class American who, besides all the above, lost his job and can't afford help to take care of his dementia afflicted mother. No wonder The Humans
is probably the most all too real American drama currently on any stage.
Welcome to our house on Maple Avenue
See how we polish and we shine
We rearrange and realign
Everything is balanced and serene
Like chaos never happens if it's never seen — lyric from
, the least mass-audience geared contender for a Best New Musical Tony.
Welcome To The Renaissance
Not The One In Italy Or In France
No The One In England
The One Where William Shakespeare Is Cream Of The Crop
The One Where William Shakespeare Is The Top!
— Lyric from Something rotten
the zany, strictly historically incorrect riff on how plays evolved into musicals, that's also a contender for the best new musical Tony.
If we assume the debts, the union gets/
A new line of credit, a financial diuretic/
How do you not get it? If we're aggressive and competitive/
The union gets a boost. You'd rather give it a sedative?
— Alexander Hamilton in the brilliantnew musical