lct-junk-0004m-showposter-285x375.jpg__284x50000_q85_subsampling-2When we first saw Ayad Akhtar’s play, “Disgraced,” we knew his was a voice to be reckoned with, and felt smart when he won a Pulitzer Prize. With “Junk” he has widened his take on ultra-orthodoxy to include the religion of money as it broke out in the ’80s.

“Junk” is terrific — very well written, staged and performed. Of course, it’s best to see it if you understand the language of Wall Street and if you remember the ’80s.

Doug Anderson


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