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Jeremy Gerard

October 4, 1999 | Feature
That Swing Thing

Down in Lincoln Center's smallest theater, Broadway's slinkiest choreographer works out her thirties thing with a little help from Benny Goodman, Stephane Grappelli, and a lissome star poised to make everyone jump, jive, and wail.

June 5, 1999 | Feature
Under the Boardwalk

Ocean City, N.J.; June 5-6

March 29, 1999 | Feature
Brood Food

Eight hot restaurants that are kid-friendly -- yet anything but predictable.

August 3, 1998 | The Book Review
Art Isn't Easy

Stephen Sondheim, whose landmark musicals include "Company" and "Follies," gives a biographer good cause to call him Broadway's master of ambivalence.

June 15, 1998 | The Culture Business
The Happy Hawkers

The folks who brought us "The Lion King" and "Ragtime" changed forever the way Broadway sells itself to the world -- and pretty much killed off the low-profile producer.

June 8, 1998 | Feature
Passion Play

Terrence McNally and JEREMY GERARD and Corpus Christi and play and gotham and jesus

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