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Jeremy McCarter

June 25, 2007 | The Theater Review
A Sweet Little Number

The Patty Griffin compilation 10 Million Miles leaves one craving more small-scale jukebox musicals.

June 18, 2007 | The Theater Review
Played Out?

Gurney and LaBute do what they do, with less spark than ever. Plus: We need more Kaufman & Hart!

June 11, 2007 | The Theater Review
A Man for All Seasons

Rosebud doesn’t quite get all of Orson Welles, but then who could? Plus: A proposal for a new Tony category.

May 28, 2007 | The Theater Review
Another Awakening

Passing Strange, at the Public, is this season’s third new musical that—amazing!—actually feels relevant.

May 21, 2007 | The Theater Review
Over and Out

On the wordy pleasures of August Wilson’s Radio Golf. Plus: Why are such talented stage actors working in such lame plays?

May 14, 2007 | The Theater Review
Bialystock and Gloom

The Producers is gone; Legally Blonde is here. And maybe it’s time to slow down the Hollywood-to-Broadway conveyor. Plus: LoveMusik’s lovely music.

May 7, 2007 | The Theater Review
We Still Have Nixon to Kick Around

In Frost/Nixon, Frank Langella gives a surprising dignity to Tricky Dick.

April 12, 2007 | The Theater Review
No Monkeying Around

With Christopher Plummer in the lead, Inherit the Wind evolves. Plus: Misbegotten Kevin Spacey.

April 16, 2007 | The Theater Review
Cheese Ahoy!

The Pirate Queen plays out like a parody of bombastic musicals, but a new Oliver Twist is devilishly dark.

April 9, 2007 | The Theater Review
Too Sad for Words

Joan Didion’s one-woman show raises the problem of how to be loudly intimate.

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