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ALBANY — Sprouting from the pen of the usually polemic playwright Aaron Sorkin, “The Farnsworth Invention” is more of a staged essay about the moral corruption of corporate America than an emotionally involving evening of theater. You probably will feel much more intelligent when the lecture ends, but any compassion for either of the main characters at the fall of the final curtain is certainly in doubt. The story is based on the true story ...

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