Depression-era play ‘Ah, Wilderness’ offers current-day respite
Woody Allen was funny. Carl Reiner is still funny. Mel Brooks is the funniest.But Eugene O’Neill? He could be charming. He could be sweet. But funny? No.At least not as evidenced by his comedy, “Ah, Wilderness,” currently at the Goodman Theatre through July 23, under the direction of Steve Scott.O’Neill’s plays have always been a favorite of the Goodman. Beginning in 1939 with the first of two …
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