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The Madrid - Off-Broadway
Edie Falco stars in Manhattan Theatre Club's production of Flahive's new drama.
John Ellison Conlee, who plays a long-suffering husband in The Madrid, previews the dramedy's tale about a middle-aged woman in crisis. Starring Edie Falco, the play looks at troubled relationships, broken promises and unmet dreams.
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