The plays of Bruce Norris make audiences squirm like a worm on a hook, none more pronounced in achieving this than his Tony and Pulitzer-winning Clybourne Park, which nailed gentrification to the wall on Broadway in 2012. His newest for Playwrights Horizons, The Qualms, might be his squirmiest yet—and in some ways—very possibly his best, chronicling the rapid deterioration of a “lifestyle” party in which adventurous couples gather for a little no-judgment frolic.
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