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Several sources close to the production said the actress had received a brusque letter from Simon reproaching her for not knowing her lines.
When Richard suffers his prescient, pre-battle dream, his many victims rise up from the stage like bug-eyed zombies, reproaching him with spooky, tape-recorded curses.
This sort of drive-by character assassination seems to tickle the press corps, when it isn't reproaching itself for not respecting the Clintons' assumption of innocence.