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Rick Pulos' solo show felt like a manipulation of sentiment, rather than an actual exploration of character, setting or conflict.

'Reflections of Three Gay Men' emphasizes cause over coordination

June 8th, 2016

Rick Pulos' solo show felt like a manipulation of sentiment, rather than an actual exploration of character, setting or conflict.

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