Seen on Broadway: A Day in the Death of Joe Egg is back, as hilariously sad, as bitterly funny as ever. It’s one of the best British plays of the 1960s and time has done nothing to erase its power. In this revival, which the Roundabout Theatre Company has brought from the West End, Eddie Izzard and Victoria Hamilton are Bri and Sheila, a thirtysomething couple whose only child, a 10-year-old girl named Jo, suffers from multiple disabilities, leaving her, in Sheila’s resigned words, "a living ...

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