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Critical Review by T. H. McCulloh

SOURCE: McCulloh, T. H. “Ordinary Becomes Extraordinary in Our Town.Los Angeles Times (9 December 1995): F4.

In the following review of the Fullerton College production of Our Town at the Bronwyn Dodson Theatre, McCulloh praises Wilder's script as insightful, powerful, affectionate, and poignant.

Thornton Wilder's Our Town is arguably the greatest American play of the 20th century.

There are reasons for that. Wilder worked in an atmosphere of heightened creativity in the period between the two World Wars. Not only did he write a play about the lives of ordinary people in non-urban, pre-television America, but he did it with insight and immense affection. Wilder also told his tale of growing up and growing old in the small rural town of Grover's Corners, N.H., in what was considered a startling manner when...

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