Link: Muse.

Aaron Sorkin had a pretty impressive Broadway debut 18 years back with “A Few Good Men,” before heading off to Hollywood and making great television with “The West Wing.” He returns with “The Farnsworth Invention,” at the Music Box Theatre, an odd duck of a play about … television. Odd because it mostly defies the conventions of play writing, which ticked off some critics.

That, I think, is the point a lot of the reviews missed; the play at least tries to do something fairly original. Some critics who have found fault have done so through, how shall we say, a “conventional” prism. It is ever thus for those who try something different.

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