“Dry Powder” Rivets At The Public

I think Jesse Green has it about right when he says that Sarah Burgess‘s “Dry Powder,” at the Public Theater in New York, is a ‘clean and narrowly defined situation play’ that is ‘riveting.’ It concerns a private-equity firm and what happens when it attempts a friendly (more or less) purchase of a California luggage-goods company. Claire Danes and John Krasinski are great fun to watch as young financiers. Thomas (“Hamilton”) Kail directed.

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