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Mike Albo’s “The Junket” at Dixon Place


If you work for the government, or a family business, or at a long-established company in a safe industry, you probably laughed like crazy during the opening performance Friday of Mike Albo’s three-weekend run of his new monologue, The Junket.

If you’re a freelance writer, or an actor, or a playwright, or a practitioner of any number of other creative callings, you probably laughed as well. And then went home and slit your wrists. Or at least thought about it.

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