My wife and I returned to this small-theater complex west of the Broadway Theater District for a show last week and not only was the play very funny and well presented, but also the seating was much more comfortable than I wrote about in my previous review of this place. Do you now if you can since they are showing a Canadian play about Korean immigrants who run a convenience store and experience the same issues that immigrants everywhere face. It is funny and touching. You will laugh and you may cry. Check it out.
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