August 29, 2015

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Colin Quinn's 75-Minute History Lesson: Long Story Short

Director Jerry Seinfeld helms the ironic and intellectual funnyman's return to Broadway, Long Story Short. Colin Quinn explores the successful empires throughout world history, and how human nature always steps in and ruins them all.








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