Simon Gray’s serious comedy follows six friends from Cambridge to adult responsibilities – NYPOST.com

Anglophiles with a fetish for bookish Cambridge students politely arguing about literature and life may get a kick out of “The Common Pursuit.”

via Simon Gray’s serious comedy follows six friends from Cambridge to adult responsibilities – NYPOST.com.

Just in case, Nota BENE:

“Anglophile” means one with a love of all things British. That’s all. See, an Anglophile would have a “fetish for bookish Cambridge students” ONLY because of the Cambridge part. Because that’s in England.

But I’m certain the NY Post assumed you already knew that.

Jacob Fishel (from left), Tim McGeever, Josh Cooke and Lucas Near-Verbrugghe wax poetic in this serious-minded comedy.

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