Dinner Is Served Connoisseurs of bad behavior, take note: Sheridan Whiteside, the houseguest from hell, is back, in a hit Broadway revival of the Kaufman and Hart 1939 comedy The Man Who Came to Dinner. As the viper-tongued radio personality (modeled on waspish critic Alexander Woollcott) trapped in the home of Ohio philistines, Nathan Lane gives full rein to his talent for comic invective. Confined to a wheelchair by a hip fracture, Whiteside unleashes chaos upon his hosts, as their quiet

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