Seen on Broadway: A visit to the classy Samuel J. Friedman, the Manhattan Theatre Club’s Main Stem venue, often means a chance to revel in another gorgeous set designed by John Lee Beatty, and The Royal Family is no exception. We are instantly transported to 1927 and the New York duplex maintained by the Cavendish family, a troupe of actors who bear a more than passing resemblance to the Barrymore clan. (John enjoyed the barbed portrait painted in delightful collaboration by George S. ...

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