“Privacy”: Well-Acted But Too Familiar

I’m afraid I agree with Jesse Green’s review of James Graham’s “Privacy,” which has opened at the Public Theater starring Daniel Radcliffe: ‘It is so specifically and solely a discussion of privacy in the age of smartphones — from cookies to Big Data and Edward Snowden — that it barely functions as anything else.’ Further: ‘[The actors] are all delightful, but what they have to say, presented here not-quite-verbatim and in spoofy contexts, is generally quite familiar.’

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