The French Revolution, and the years before it, inundated the world with news of dire consequences in a particularly failed monarchy. Christopher Hampton’s ‘Les Liaisons dangereuses’ had every opportunity to exploit the revolution in the interest of character development — and somehow, Hampton abandoned its every notion in this nonetheless well-mounted drama.

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Three aging, frustrated flight attendants are alone in a hotel room with a 17-year-old drug dealer. That conjures up all sorts of images, and ‘Mud Blue Sky’ author Marisa Wegrzyn gets kudos for not stating the obvious (i.e., going there). Her play, the current MOXIE Theatre entry, is really funny, too — the problem is that you might wonder what it’s all for.

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