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Jeremy McCarter

October 9, 2006 | The Theater Review
Anomie Planet

Eric Bogosian updates subUrbia to 2006. Or tries to.

September 25, 2006 | The Book Review
The Giant Boy

Orson Welles eats his biographer.

September 25, 2006 | The Theater Review
Eve Ensler Has Issues

The Treatment takes a firm stand against … torture. But does that really make it a political play?

September 18, 2006 | The Theater Review
Downhearted Blues

A new revival reaches for the high notes in August Wilson’s Seven Guitars.

September 11, 2006
Company’s Coming

John Doyle made waves when he gave Patti LuPone a tuba for Sweeney Todd. Will it work for “The Ladies Who Lunch”?

August 22, 2006 | The Theater Review
The Courage of Their Convictions

Meryl Streep survives a war and an ill-fitting role in Tony Kushner's timely Brecht adaptation.

August 28, 2006 | The Theater Review
A Star Is Shorn

Yes, Martin Short’s send-up of ego-trip one-man shows is funny. But is it healthy for Broadway to depend on Britney jokes?

August 7, 2006 | The Theater Review
Blackboard Jungle ’06

No Child goes where theater rarely dares tread: a New York public high school.

July 17, 2006 | The Theater Review
The Father and the Holy Ghost

The Busy World Is Hushed finds God in other people; School of the Americas seeks Him in a Marxist martyr.

July 10, 2006 | The Theater Review
Lost Island

Richard Greenberg almost captures a sepia-toned New York. Plus: Spring Awakening’s kids are all right.

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