Seen Off Broadway: In A Bad Friend, at Lincoln Center Theatre, playwright Jules Feiffer has created a magnificent character: Naomi, a middle-aged, Jewish-American true believer in the Stalinist party line. It’s New York in the 1950s--newspapers are filled with ugly stories about the Soviet Union, while Red-baiters and federal agents are everywhere, but Naomi rules her family with Stalinist efficiency, squashing dissent, denouncing the "fascist" press, and turning every conversation into ...

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