That makes for dishy entertainment. Since its run 2013, the play, inspired by Henri Becque's 1880s drama "La Parisienne," has been overhauled to be up-to-the-minute. At times the dialogue is too stiff to sound natural. But politics are in Willimon's wheelhouse. Before he created "House of Cards," he wrote the terrific play "Farragut North," which became the George Clooney movie "Ides of March." Still, his dramatic renovation is win-lose.
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