Seen Off Broadway: Standards in depravity have gone up—or down, depending on how you look at it. In 1965, Joe Orton’s Entertaining Mr. Sloane lasted a total of 17 performances on Broadway before being run out of town by a lynch mob of appalled critics; 40 years later, after a couple of Off Broadway revivals and an obscure film version, it’s back, with a marquee name in the cast and a typically polished Roundabout production, at the Laura Pels Theatre. Maybe too polished—set designer Allen ...
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