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Jesse Green

September 5, 2011 |
Dead, Accounting of the

From the dust emerges a numerology of loss.

September 5, 2011 |
Lynch, Michael

Or Morty, the Peacemaker, and Big Mike.

August 22, 2011 | Feature
Sondheim Baby

Bernadette Peters goes from boop-a-doop to dark.

June 13, 2011 |
“A Textbook of Trauma”

The crash of the Chinatown charter was the worst bus accident in the city’s history. Fifteen of its victims ended up at one hospital. Fourteen lived.

June 13, 2011 | Feature
Prize Fight

A debate about the Tony awards: who’ll win, who should win, and who wuz robbed.

April 25, 2011 | Feature
His Way

Joel Grey has learned to be more positive about life. Which is a good thing, because he’s so damn busy.

November 29, 2010 | Feature
A Web and a Prayer

This week, the world will finally get its first look at Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. But the most expensive musical in Broadway history has already had an epic run—battling bankruptcy, broken wrists, unruly technology, and one comic villain disguised as a Post columnist. And at the center of it all, perched over her “God mike,” is the relentless and inventive Julie Taymor.

October 25, 2010
The Intelligent Homosexual's Guide to Himself

Tony Kushner is one of the last public intellectuals left standing in the theater—or America. Heavy is the head that wears that crown.

August 30, 2010 |
Luckiest Boy in the World

Pee-wee Herman comes to Broadway, and Paul Reubens moves (cautiously) back into the spotlight.

June 14, 2010 | Feature
The Evangelist of Broadway

Theater owner Jordan Roth preaches to the unconverted.

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