Seen Off Broadway: In Blue/Orange, now at the Atlantic Theatre, playwright Joe Penhall stirs up a provocative debate about psychiatry, racism, and socialized medicine--but he does so at the expense of any plausible plot or character development. Harold Perrineau Jr. is the young black man detained in a London psychiatric hospital--among other things, he thinks oranges are blue and Idi Amin is his father. Glenn Fitzgerald is the young resident who thinks Perrineau should be institutionalized ...

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