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'Leading Ladies' lingers too long

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Audiences love a farce. Ken Ludwig is known for them — his “Moon Over Buffalo” and “Lend Me a Tenor” are two comedies well-known to theatergoers. If a theater wants to guarantee a decent turnout (and what theater doesn’t, in this market), they choose a money maker. And “Leading Ladies,” another of Ludwig’s offerings, hits all the notes of classic farce. Leo (Conrad Browne Lörcher) and Jack (Brian Avery) are two Shakespearean actors so hard ...

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