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Written by Robbin
(2/26/2007 7:12 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Sheridan's Preface, penned by Cheryl
Hurry in writing has long been exploded as an excuse for an author; however, in the dramatic line, it may happen, that both an author and a manager may wish to fill a chasm in the entertainment of the public with a hastiness not altogether culpable.
Very gallant of RBS to deflect any blame aimed at the managers of the play on opening night and I find the idea that Hurry was exploded as an excuse very funny. I wonder if the word exploded was used in this way often; it reminds me of the modern sounding Ill blast you!
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