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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Chris Bauer
Desperation, poor timing, denial, miscommunication, estrangement, insecurities. All the stuff of comedy _ thanks to Melissa James Gibson's gift of quirky, intellectual writing as presented in her inventive new play "What Rhymes With America."
"True Blood" star Chris Bauer is going to be sinking his teeth in a new play in New York.
"Two and a Half Men" is treating Ashton Kutcher pretty well — so well that, by one measure, he's the highest-paid actor on the small screen.
Bauer said the new play is about a father's attempt to connect with his estranged daughter.
All the characters, he said, "are desperately trying to connect and have an impact on their world, and no one's noticing."