Theater: Now That Communism Is Dead My Life Feels Empty

By Richard Foreman

Two seedy characters gab about dogs and shoes and life's anguish, accompanied by offstage crashes, a chorus line of veiled lovelies and a guy toting a red flag. Not much about communism, but without Foreman, off-off-Broadway's grand old anarchist, life really would be empty.

--By Richard Zoglin


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