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Astragal hears talk of a new play in the Big Apple written by Moshe Safdie's son Oren.

The show, called Private Jokes: Public Places apparently satirises the world of architecture and architects (impossible, surely? ).

It seems that it will be one to watch when it opens in London in November, if the critics are to be believed. For example, the New Yorker called it, 'a scream? short, tight play, and an X-acto-blade sharp comedy. Safdie exposes the emperor's new blueprints for all to see.' You can't say fairer than that.

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