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THEATER REVIEW

REVIEW: At Bridge Street Theatre, 'The Lion in Winter' is a complicated, intricately structured labyrinth of transactional relationships

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Steven Patterson as Henry and Leigh Strimbeck as Eleanor in "The Lion In Winter."

CATSKILL, N.Y. — Family matters are a bloodsport in James Goldman’s “The Lion in Winter,” especially when the matters at hand have to do with the family business and who succeeds daddy when daddy is no longer around to run things.

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Jeffrey Borak is The Eagle's theater critic. 

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