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Bash is the sort of thing that causes me to lose all analytical abilities. It's so good that my prose breaks down into nothing but gushing. The acting by Calista Flockhart, Paul Rudd, and Ron Eldard gives the stories honest-to-goodness LIFE and it stays with you for days. Neil LaBute masters the form of the one-act, three times over. "Latterday Plays" is a brutally tragic masterpiece, LaBute's magnum opus, and one of the greatest plays I've ever seen.
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