Seen On Broadway: The best thing about The Violet Hour is the theatre housing it. Cheers to Manhattan Theatre Club for its renovation of the old Biltmore on 47th Street, a lost Broadway house that closed in the 80s after hosting a series of flops like Doonesbury, Honky Tonk Nights and A Woman of Independent Means. Thanks to MTC, we now have an intimate, gloriously designed Broadway house, an excellent venue for straight plays. The only hitch is the play in residence, The Violet Hour, by ...

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