Theater Review: Neil LaBute's 'The Break of Noon,' Starring David Duchovny
4:33 PM PST 11/22/2010 by David Rooney
In the opening of "The Break of Noon," David Duchovny's character sits in shock, his shoulders wrapped in a blanket, sharing his first-hand account of the massacre of his entire fleet of office co-workers by a crazed gunman.
Imagining the victims' state of mind as the tragedy was about to unfold, he says, "Not a thought in their heads other than maybe the shrimp basket over at that Irish pub that's catty-corner to us over on Sixth Avenue..."
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