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Review: Seen ‘The Bear’? You’ll get a different taste at ‘Clyde’s’ at Goodman Theatre

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“Clyde’s,” a lively dark comedy by Lynn Nottage directed with an ebullient theatricality by Kate Whoriskey, purports to be about a restaurant. But don’t be fooled. There is no universe in which Clyde’s, the titular sandwich joint for truckers, actually exists.

The conception is a sly metaphor. By setting up a…

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