It’s a trope as old as sibling rivalry: A family gathers together under one roof, each member hoping in vain that things go smoothly when, in fact, everyone’s long-held grudges will inevitably explode faster than you can say the words “cathartic resolution.” Of Good Stock, a new play by Melissa Ross playing at Manhattan Theatre Club’s Stage I through July 26, doesn’t stray far from that formula, but fortunately, a laugh-out-loud funny script and a troupe of proficient actors save the dramedy from feeling stale.
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