Seen on Broadway: It’s the Seventies all over again in New York, with two classics that date back to the Bicentennial era in revival. (Coincidentally, both of the original Broadway productions featured actor Kenneth McMillan.) I’ve seen David Mamet’s American Buffalo enough times to know that, while I’m fonder of other plays of his, there is no excuse for the superficial brand-name production at the Belasco. From the start—an admittedly funny entreaty to turn off “your fucking ...

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