Seen on Broadway: David Mamet’s political farce November lets Nathan Lane be Nathan Lane, and that’s its core asset. After buttoned-up turns in revivals of The Odd Couple and Butley, the actor is unplugged as President Charles Smith, who combines the potty mouth of Richard Nixon with the IQ of the Oval Office’s current occupant. Short on funds and votes, at the end of his first term (and his rope), Smith and his unctuous aide-de-camp, Archer Nichols (Dylan Baker) scheme to wheedle an ...

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