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Review: Merge (The New Colony)

The New Colony's world-premiere Merge makes a promising first impression as the audience is immediately transported into a 1970’s arcade game, complete with neon tones, lights and the telltale screen. However, Spenser Davis' intriguing story about the rise and fall of Atari lacks a crucial ingredient: the play cannot decide what it wants to be. Slightly Recommended. (read Lauren Whalen's entire review.
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