The Collyer Brothers are one of the odder footnotes in New York City history, a pair of well-off recluses who briefly became tabloid fodder when, in the late 1940s, they were found dead in their Harlem townhouse surrounded by several decades' worth of accumulated junk. Now playwright Richard Greenberg has resurrected them in his new work The Dazzle; openly admitting he knows nothing about the Collyers, Greenberg has imagined their lives. Langley (Reg Rogers) is a concert pianist obsessed ...

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