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Jesse Green

April 20, 2009 | Features
God’s Work

Newlyweds Gabi and Rivki Holtzberg heeded the Rebbe’s call to bring the joy of their faith to every part of the world. But the world did not respond in kind.

March 23, 2009
When You’re a Shark You’re a Shark All the Way

In the fifties, with West Side Story and Gypsy, Arthur Laurents made theatrical history. Later he became famous for his lacerating tongue. At 91, both he and it are having a comeback.

February 23, 2009 | Feature
Where Angels Fear to Tread: Chase Mishkin

Producer Chase Mishkin is about the magic. She reads a script, she loves it, she puts it on

September 28, 2009 | Intelligencer
The Way She Was

Barbra Streisand returns to the Vanguard and the material that made her.

November 8, 2010 | Intelligencer
Endurance Art

The persistence of long-attention-span theater.

December 22, 2008 |
24. Because Our Schoolteachers Are Such Prim Homebodies…

The "double lives" of New York's teachers.

December 22, 2008 |
51. Because We Blazed the Trail for Gay Marriage

(Even if these two trailblazers had some misgivings along the way.)

December 22, 2008 |
48. Because We Fight Over Cultural Spaces As If They Were Bosnia

The Museum of Arts and Design calls itself MAD, and it certainly caused a furor.

November 3, 2008 | Feature
The Peter Pans of Broadway

For three boys (and their mothers), Billy Elliot is the role of a lifetime. Provided they don’t grow out of it too fast.

August 18, 2008 | Features
The Hudsons

They’re the hawks who stole Riverside Park’s heart. And then broke it.

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