(Levine was right: there was so much going on in the park that even the couple from “Symbiopsychotaxiplasm,” screaming about dead babies and male chauvinism—“I’m a woman, not a fool, Freddy”—barely broke through. Some improvised shoving by the actors caused passersby to exchange looks, but no one intervened. New Yorkers feel ashamed when they are compelled to witness an intimate moment, Levine commented. “Space is at such a premium that your zone of privacy grows in certain instances,” he said. “Couples fighting is one of them.”)
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