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PRIVATE LIVES (2002) BROADWAY REVIEWS
Opening Night: April 28, 2002
Synopsis: Howard Davies directs Noel's Coward's Private Lives. Alan Rickman and Lindsay Duncan star in this comedy about a divorced couple who are reunited whilst honeymooning with their second spouses. This acclaimed production transfers to Broadway directly from its sold-out engagement on London's West End.
NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW:
"The laughter stops, at least for a moment, with the first embrace.
It's been more than five years since Amanda and Elyot have been cheek to cheek, and the occasion is honored with a silence that roars like the ocean. Lest you doubt this is serious stuff, check out the expression on her face, seen over his shoulder. It's a look of rapture, resignation and abject terror. As he will say later, none too happily, ''We're in love all right.''
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