The Motherf**ker with the Hat (Review)


Being dropped into a series of Manhattan apartments circa 2010 for a fast-paced comedy might now feel like a dated sitcom. And while there are elements of Stephen Adly Guirgis’ play that perhaps would not be written in the same way today, much of it still feels fresh and relevant.

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By Emily Garside

Academic, journalist and playwright. My PhD was on theatrical responses to the AIDS epidemic, and I continue to write on Queer theatrical history. Professional nerd of all things theatre.

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