A Wild Show

Theatre: ‘The House of Blue Leaves’

It was a wild world out there in 1965, the year John Guare set his “very dark comedy” “The House of Blue Leaves,” which is currently running at the Sherman Playhouse. The Vietnam War was gaining steam and Pope Paul VI was coming to New York to address the United Nations, marking the first papal visit to America.

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