Sly Fox BROADWAY REVIEWS

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  • Opening Night:
    April 1, 2004
    Closing:
    August 29, 2004

    Theater: Ethel Barrymore / 243 West 47th Street, New York, NY, 10036

    Synopsis: 

    In Larry Gelbart's comedy Sly Fox, directed by Arthur Penn, Foxwell J. Sly and his servant Simon Able, are two devious conmen out to rob from the rich to give to themselves. It's the dawn of the Gold Rush in San Francisco, and with everyone falling over themselves with gold fever, Foxwell and his trusty assistant set out to swindle as many as they can.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Sly Fox

    Stealthy, Wealthy, Joke-Wise

    Ben Brantley

    April 2, 2004: THE latest medical reports affirm that there is still no vaccine for the debilitating disease known as avarice. Nor is there any evidence that jokes about old age, sexual desperation, rape, bodily functions and bodacious bimbos have gone out of fashion. (Just turn on the Comedy Channel some night.) The evil that men do in the name of Mammon, swindling as a favorite American sport, illegal high jinks among upholders of the law: the ink has yet to dry on headlines about those subjects.

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