Aristophanes’ Lysistrata, the first anti-war play. is the most famous of the Greek comedies, pitting the lure of the female’s sexual favors against the warlike political instincts of the hapless male. This is the premise behind Lady L., a new adaptation of the Lysistrata legend. Dana Tarantino has fashioned an adaptation which moves like a house afire for two hours of almost continual belly laughs.
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