A giant screen in a ballpark is not a bad way to see a play. Yes, you’re looking through the foul-ball netting, but the crisp sound system envelops you from all sides, and the picture quality is first-rate. Yes, the spotlights and dug-out lights and giant-sized glowing Dunkin’ coffee cup above the screen can be distracting, but “Kennedy: Bobby’s Last Crusade” keeps you focused. It’s basically about a passionate man giving speeches, then explaining what happened after he gave them. You watch the way you would a political rally. The set is simply a podium, surrounded by campaign signs: “Kiss Me, Bobby,” “Yea RFK,” We have a right to live right.”
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