Good Times Off Broadway

Resnikova, Eva
August 1991
National Review;8/12/1991, Vol. 43 Issue 14, p54
Reviews several off-Broadway shows. `The Good Times Are Killing Me,' by Lynda Barry; `The Substance of Fire,' by Jon Robin Baitz; `The Old Boy,' by A.R. Gurney; More.


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