(Andy Webster’s article appeared in The New York Times, 10/16; via Pam Green.)

A “Rashomon” about sexual harassment, Oren Safdie’s thought-provoking “Unseamly,” now at Urban Stages, is about the elusive, selective nature of memory in the age of Dov Charney, the ousted chief executive of American Apparel, and the fashion photographer Terry Richardson. Before the show begins, we see a young woman onstage in a smart blue mini-dress and black boots, spinning idly in an office armchair while a wall video montage (by Nicholas Blade Guldner) presents a flurry of glossy glamorous images: cars, cityscapes, a dapper gentleman.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/17/theater/review-in-unseamly-a-woman-takes-on-an-apparel-tycoon.html?_r=0

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