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Links to some wonderful reviews.

FromDC Theatrescene:
The Odd Couple
October 28, 2010
By Tim Treanor

The years, and an intervening, long-running TV show, have fuzzed our memories of what Neil Simon’s great comedy was about, but Theater J’s fine production will set us straight. Oscar Madison (Rich Foucheux) and Felix Ungar (J. Fred Shiffman) are not stock comic characters, cranky and neurotic in turn, but unhappy men with deep emotional problems, who are as dependent on each other as partners in a three-legged race. Though not all pain is funny, all real humor derives from pain, and thus Foucheux and Shiffman are, together, achingly funny.
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And here, for variety’s sake, is the best “I did not enjoy this play” review you’ll ever read!
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Another “Odd Couple Shines at Theater J”

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