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Curtain Call cast breathes life into boilerplate comedy

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Near the end of “Bermuda Avenue Triangle,” a comedy by the husband-and-wife team of Renee Taylor and Joe Bologna, Tess LaRuffa (Pat Hoffman) says, “I didn’t know my heart was closed until it opened.” That poignant moment comes after two acts of boilerplate shenanigans that are redeemed by the forces at Curtain Call that know how to pull off such funny and feel-good scripts. Director Kris Anderson, a gifted actor in some of those productions, ...


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