Evaluation: ‘Invincible’ Brings Class And Struggle To The Birthday Party

When Alan brings over a couple of his canvases for Emily, a professional painter, to judge, a good time is had by none.
That Emily makes the monstrous decision to serve tea and salted cashews instead of booze lays the mismatch bare.
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If anyone still entertains a fantasy that people with divergent backgrounds and beliefs can be brought together by their common humanity, “Invincible” insists otherwise.
These gestures may be intended to establish stereotypes that the play will then dismantle, but they seem like exaggerations meant to elicit laughs.

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