The Philadelphia Theatre Company's comeback production is Lynn Nottage's "Sweat," a very contemporary play that portrays out-of-work steelworkers in Reading, wondering where their jobs and city went. As the jobs go, relations decay among old friends, and old social oppositions, racial, generational, and more, emerge. The production is sometimes sketchy, and the characters should evoke more sympathy than they do, but "Sweat" at PTC delivers a sadly relevant portrait of a society in collapse.
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