Like Bill Murray in Broken Flowers and John Cusack in High Fidelity, “Guy,” in Neil LaBute’s new play, “Some Girl(s),” just cannot let go of his past romantic relationships. LaBute’s latest toxic/revelatory offering stars Mark Feuerstein as a newly engaged man who attempts reconnection with past girlfriends – the ones who got away.

With acerbic and near-horror levels of fright, recent plays like “Fat Pig” and films like The Shape of Things approach the boiling point of hostility in the war between the sexes. Misogynist or provocative?

That’s the question that underlies most of LaBute’s career. I like to think of the writer as a sincere instigator. At the very least, LaBute is never boring.

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