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The other four monologues are all flat by comparison. Dan Levy appears as an actor auditioning to be a gay superhero, worried that the producers want a kind of flamboyant minstrelsy; Issa Rae is an insulted high-school not-quite-chum of Ivanka’s (“She’s Dracula with a blowout!”); Sarah Paulson plays a meditation guru who admits she can’t ohm her way through a Trumpist family gathering in the Midwest; Kaitlyn Dever is a nurse from Wyoming who’s come to help fight COVID-19 in New York. Taken together, they do reveal that Miriam’s snobbishness is not just a character foible — it’s built into Rudnick’s work. In all of the monologues, the non–New York parts of the country are a hell from which to escape. Culture certainly doesn’t happen in any of the middle zones. Worse, the nurse meets a patient who makes jokes about a coronavirus test. “Well, let’s hope it’s cancer,” the indomitable New Yorker … [Read more...] about Is As Distanced As Its Subject