Review: B’way’s ‘Velocity of Autumn’ wry, spirited

April 22, 2014 • Entertainment

This image released by Polk & Co., shows Estelle Parsons, left, and Stephen Spinella during a performance of “The Velocity of Autumn,” at the Booth Theatre in New York. (AP Photo/Polk & Co., Joan Marcus)

NEW YORK (AP) — Not many old people who fear being shipped off to a nursing home fight back with a home arsenal and bomb threats.

However, the inimitable Estelle Parsons has gleefully unleashed her inner anarchist with gusto to do just that in the dark comedy “Velocity of Autumn,” which opened Monday night in a wry, spirited Broadway production at the Booth Theatre.

Playwright Eric Coble presents the aging decay of the human mind and body as a necessary process Login to read more

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