By Mark Kennedy
NEW YORK — No one can accuse Daniel Goldfarb of having rose-colored glasses when it comes to fatherhood.
The playwright’s Cradle and All is a cut-to-the-bone look at how babies — those little apparent bundles of joy — can sometimes more easily resemble grenades, exposing secrets their parents want hidden and straining relationships to the breaking point.
Goldfarb’s smart and pitch-perfect play, which opened Wednesday at Manhattan Theatre Club’s off-Broadway space in New York City Center, is about two
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