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Jeremy McCarter

March 3, 2008 | The Theater Review
The Digital Stage

Sunday in the Park With George and The Slug Bearers prove that Disney doesn’t have a lock on theatrical pyrotechnics.

February 18, 2008 | The Theater Review
Youth Without Youth

The characters of Hunting and Gathering just need to crash on your futon for a few days. Is that okay?

February 11, 2008 | The Theater Review
The Two Americas

Our country, great and ghastly: Little Sheba comes back, and Jerry Springer plays Carnegie Hall.

February 4, 2008 | The Theater Review
Party Jokes

David Mamet’s November spins the White House for laffs. Plus: Richard Foreman, in all his weird glory.

January 21, 2008 | The Theater Review
Earthbound Ariel

The Little Mermaid is such a splashy bore, you’ve got to wonder: Was The Lion King just a fluke?

December 26, 2007 | The Theater Review
The Quiet Men

Baryshnikov knows what to do with Beckettian silence; Pinter’s Homecoming, at 40, is losing its virility.

December 24, 2007 | The Theater Review
Holiday Spirit

The Seafarer and Black Nativity both meditate upon the wages of sin, just in time for Christmas.

December 17, 2007 | The Theater Review
And Newly Opened...

Tracy Letts’s August: Osage County is what O’Neill would be writing in 2007; The Farnsworth Invention is all surface and patter, but what a surface and what patter!

December 17, 2007 |
The Year in Theater

Liev Schreiber was smoking onstage, Boyd Gaines played just about everyone, two energetic new musicals really rocked out—and ten Scotsmen in Brooklyn starred in the best drama yet about the Iraq war.

December 10, 2007 | The Theater Review
Outdoing Shakespeare

Martha Plimpton, in Cymbeline, may actually be better than the play deserves.

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