Men In White – Review

Men In White reviewWhen Men In White was first produced back in 1933 it was groundbreaking enough to win a Pulitzer for drama and be adapted into a Clark Gable movie. As a melodrama about young doctors in love it influenced generations of soap operas, romance comics and  television medical dramas. Even though its influence is eternal, the play itself is rather dated.  The Seeing Place Theater is no doubt aware of the dated nature of the piece, but their new off-off Broadway production of it demonstrates that many issues regarding the medical industry have remained the same over the last 80 years.  Continue Reading

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