Seen Off Broadway: What Lucy Thurber’s Scarcity has in abundance, at least in its first act, is a knack for wringing unexpected laughs out of uncomfortable class-conscious situations. (So uncomfortable, the Atlantic Theatre Company production opened to some savage reviews.) Tapping the same vein of trailer-park unease as Sam Shepard and Tracy Letts (Killer Joe), Thurber moves northwards, to the sticks of western Massachusetts, where the proud but continually challenged Martha (Kristen ...

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