Review: A Family Gropes for Words in ‘Incidental Moments’

There is so much they all want — no need — to say. They have always been a family for whom conversation is as essential as oxygen, a means of defining and confirming their own identities in relation to one another and to the wide, heaving world that keeps shifting beyond and beneath them.

Yet like every American in the late summer of 2020, the small, hope-hungry group of people at the center of “Incidental Moments of the Day,” Richard Nelson’s truly profound new streaming play, is…

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