Unicorn’s FARRAGUT NORTH rides the dark roads of politics

Politics is not a pretty business. The process is compared to making sausages more often than… well, making sausages.

Beau Willimon’s new play FARRAGUT NORTH (now through December13 at the Unicorn) takes another dark view of the proceedings. It’s an interesting story, well-acted across the board. The fact that it doesn’t catch fire and boil over with dramatic tension may have more to do with the predictable nature of this sorry segment of society than the playwright’s best intentions.

Willimon introduces us to Stephen Bellamy (Mark Thomas in a galvanizing performance), twenty-five

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