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A myriad of characters combine to explore life’s tragic comedy

By: Joanna Wendel | Freelance reporter

Neil Simon’s Tony Award-winning play ‘The Good Doctor’ pays tribute to Anton Chekhov’s work

It begins with a writer who is obsessed with his work. He feels compelled to spend all of his time writing. People think he’s mad, but really he’s harmless. He built his study with his bare hands, and though the room tends to slide because of …