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For the timeless ‘Figaro,’ a timely 21st century vision

Jack Fallon, left, and Sam Gorenstein in "Figaro." (Peter Max photo)
Jack Fallon, left, and Sam Gorenstein in "Figaro." (Peter Max photo)
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Kris Anderson says he’s a big fan of Charles Morey’s “Figaro,” but he’s not quite sure exactly in which genre the play belongs.

“That’s a good question,” said Anderson, who plays the title character in Morey’s relatively new take on an old story, opening Friday at Curtain Call Theatre. “It’s kind of a high-brow, low-brow comedy with sort of a Mel Brooks twist to it. I do think it’s the wittiest thing he’s ever ...

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