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  • Big Hair, Big Laughs
  • Big Hair, Big Laughs

    In laughing and crying, in camaraderie and tragedy, the Civic’s six-woman ensemble mostly succeeds in Steel Magnolias
      Spoiled, perhaps, by the beloved 1989 film adaptation, viewers may forget how difficult it is to get the tone of Harling’s play just right. His dialogue teeters between being delightfully heightened for the stage and being too clever to be credible: “The only thing that separates us from the animals is our ability to accessorize.
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