Card Boys

April 1999
Variety Movie Reviews;4/12/1999, Issue 67, p1
Entertainment Review
The article reviews the play "Card Boys," directed by Simon Usher and starring Suzan Sylvester and Albie Woodington, performed at Bush Theater in London, England, and opened March 26, 1999.


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