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But enough of the congratulatory metaphors, relating to baseball and otherwise -- especially since, as Greenberg unfurls his tragicomedy, he has so much fun mocking both those who insist on seeing the sport as a metaphor for various things and those, often the players themselves, who resist seeing it as anything other than a well-paying job. Actually, when listened to carefully, Take Me Out has plenty to say about how the game's free-agent policy has altered the meaning of teamwork. Whereas "team" once implied a group of people blending, with some humility, their individual strengths in search of a common goal, Greenberg understands that, nowadays, "team" -- whether baseball, corporate, or government -- too often means a group of rich guys stifling their differences and prejudices to make themselves even richer. To register his battery of points, the playwright sends out the biracial superhero Darren Lemming Daniel Sunjata , who bears a certain resemblance to the Yankees' Derek Jeter and whose last name is deliberately chosen to suggest self-destructive urges.
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Adams, another Broadway first-timer. But slowly, with forearm bumps and hygiene directives and updates about disinfection protocols, then all at once, the break broke. The 11 actors scattered. Five of them, Delgado included, would have made their Broadway debuts. Now that coming out party has been postponed, indefinitely.
But when Darren comes out of the closet he sets off a chain of events that upends everything and threatens to undermine the American pastime. Powerful, lyrical, and often hysterically funny, this play is a rhapsody that no lover of the sport—or of theatre—should miss. Contains nudity and strong language.