Review: In ‘Bliss,’ women from Greek myths fight the patriarchy in midcentury New Jersey

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In 1960 Orange, N.J., a neighborhood tea party is about to begin. The hostess, in a petticoat-flared dress and pearls, sets out pristine china. In every detail, she follows the rules of etiquette set forth by Emily Post.

Yet however much she strives for perfection, she fears that something has...