Thu 6 January 2011, The Independent

Zack, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester

By Lynne Walker
There cannot be many plays in which the hero is a waddling, bearded ne'er-do-well who is dissed by his family and pushed around by all. Harold Brighouse's 1920s comedy Zack (less well known than his earlier Hobson's Choice) has such a figure at its heart.
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