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Jeremy McCarter

August 8, 2005 | Theater Review
Lost

Le Dernier Caravansérail proves it’s possible to mount a play about refugees that doesn’t feel like homework.

July 25, 2005 | Theater Review
Primo

What 'Primo' really proves is that there is no way to do justice to Levi's words onstage.

July 25, 2005 | Theater Review
Garden of Earthly Delights

With Central Park as its idyllic backdrop, 'As You Like It' is at once deeply flawed and totally disarming.

July 4, 2005 | Theater Review
State of the Union

In this lively production, Somerset Maugham’s comedy of marital manners feels surprisingly modern.

June 27, 2005 | Theater Review
The Cherry Orchard

The lively treatment lacks some emotional punch, failing to convey the full sadness of a Russian family about to lose its home. But Donaghy does capture the play’s comedy and, paradoxically, its existential despair.

June 27, 2005 | Theater Review
Gallic Symbols

Jon Robin Baitz’s The Paris Letter inverts tragedy, punishing its hero for conforming too much.

June 20, 2005 | Theater Review
Report from London

A tale of two musicals: The very British Billy Elliot and the great American Guys and Dolls.

June 13, 2005 | Theater Review
Musical Squares

Elaine May’s After the Night and the Music is sadly off-key, except for a few poignant moments.

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