It's early yet, but it's hard to imagine a more unsettling play this season than Goodnight Children Everywhere. Richard Nelson's drama, which opened in May at New York's Playwrights Horizons, begins with the reunion of four London siblings (three sisters and one brother), aged 17-21, just after the end of World War II. The family was decimated by the war: Both parents are dead. Eldest sister Betty stayed in London, while younger siblings Ann and Vi were dispatched to Wales, and little ...

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