Seen on Broadway: Enchanted April has been once a book and twice a film, so I suppose a stage version was inevitable. In the hands of American playwright Matthew Barber, this tale, taken from Elizabeth von Arnim’s 1992 novel, of four English ladies who find love and happiness in a rented Italian castle, comes across as the kind of mild British comedy favored by elderly female audiences looking to fill the hours between lunch and teatime. It’s sweet and amusing, but it’s also the thinnest ...

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