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Review: Few hitches in Curtain Call show

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Count ’em, four doors and two other entrances (set by Laura S. Brignull), and if they don’t exactly spell farce, they do imply the amusing potential of close calls. And “amusing” is the right word to describe Lewis Black’s “One Slight Hitch,” now in a fine production at Curtain Call Theatre. In fact, the first close call occurs early on, when father-of-the-bride Doc Coleman (Jack Fallon) slams the front door in the face of the ...

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