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Jeremy McCarter

November 28, 2005 | Theater Review
Hamlet

Like two teenagers at the prom, New York’s embrace of Shakespeare is at once touching and ridiculous.

November 28, 2005 | Theater Review
Inspiration Point

The Ruby Sunrise and RFK prove that politics doesn’t have to mean lousy theater.

November 14, 2005 | Theater Review
The Gore Campaign

Sweeney Todd and See What I Wanna See pump some much-needed blood into an anemic season.

November 7, 2005 | Theater Review
Double or Nothing

In The Odd Couple, Lane stretches, Broderick cramps up, and the audience gets pretty much what it paid for.

October 31, 2005 | Theater Review
A Soldier’s Play

As an investigator puzzles out a black soldier’s murder in the South in 1944, Fuller shows how all of us, individually and collectively, are prisoners of our history.

October 31, 2005 | Theater Review
Absurd Person Singular

The current revival of 'Absurd Person Singular' needs no help to seem clumsy and unconvincing.

October 31, 2005 | Theater Review
Latinologues

Any effort to make Broadway less a province of rich old white folks deserves applause.

October 31, 2005 | Theater Review
My Life Is a Dog

Joe Brooks’s vanity musical is not terrible enough to be campy fun, but it’s pretty lousy all the same.

October 17, 2005 | Theater Review
Tall Horse

At this point, who isn’t sick of puppets?

October 17, 2005 | Theater Review
‘Naked’ Angel

Richard Greenberg, warts and all, may be the best comic playwright alive.

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