Days to Come (Recorded Production)
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Days to Come (Recorded Production) NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Small town politics & bad economy equal trouble, Liberal factory owners face a strike, Hellman's 1936 play revived in 2018

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The Mint presents a recorded version of Lillian Hellman's family drama.

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Small town politics & bad economy equal trouble, Hellman's 1936 play revived in 2018, Liberal factory owners face a strike

See it if Peaceful out-of-town labor leader comes to organize a strike but factory manager hires thugs who sink to murder to keep the men at work. Raw

Don't see it if you dislike Lilliam Hellman's left-of-center politics. There are some very tense moments in this tight drama. Definitely worth seeing.

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