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Broadway review: 'Grace' at its best when it has faith in its characters
NEW YORK — When Craig Wright's offbeat play "Grace" was produced at the Northlight Theatre in Skokie in 2006, the central problem was one that befalls many contemporary dramas seemingly about conservative Christians. The central characters, Steve and Sara, a couple striving to create a chain of Christian motels in ethically swampy Florida even as their marriage falls apart, did not seem sufficiently real. They felt like easy targets.
October 15, 2012