Except for a fleeting comment on the sorry state of the newspaper industry these days — one of the characters is a career staff writer who has been downsized into working on an iffy freelance basis — the rest of Sean Grennan’s “Beer for Breakfast” seems awfully stale and dated. When somebody in the play jokes about partying like it’s 1979, he doesn’t know the half of it.
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“Beer for Breakfast”
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Bottom line: Flat and unappetizing