Seen on Broadway: It may be that a great production of George Bernard Shaw’s Heartbreak House is necessary to bring out what’s good in it. The serviceable Roundabout Theatre Company revival now playing at the American Airlines Theatre is pleasantly acted and not without interest in our own troubled times, but I couldn’t bear a grudge against audience members who were dozing in their seats around me. First produced on Broadway in 1920, this was Shaw’s attempt at a Chekhovian ambiance, and it ...

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