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and two adult sons, one with consumption and the other, played by Kevin Spacey as an
There is an earlier version directed by Sidney Lumet in 1962 with Katharine Hepburn, Ralph Richardson, Jason Robards and Dean Stockwell. This film was a huge winner at Cannes that year.
Like The Three Year Deal, action takes place on one set, virtually, one room.
And then quickly reading The Real World? by Michel Tremblay in 1988.
It is a one act play with four main characters and three adjuncts. Quite the
staging conundrum even though it takes place in one room, too.