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Jesse Green

June 7, 2010 | Features
The Leap

Next week, Teddy Graubard would have graduated from Dalton—a brilliant teenager, with a mild form of Asperger’s, whose path seemed almost limitless. So what led him to the window?

May 17, 2010 | Features
Immigrant Number One

In 1892, she was the first foreigner to arrive at Ellis Island. By 1893, she was an American mystery.

January 4, 2010 | Features
4,000 Pages and Counting

Larry Kramer’s boundless outrage changed the course of AIDS. Now, with his still-unfinished epic about America’s hidden gay past (George Washington, Alexander Hamilton …), he’s furiously rewriting history again.

December 21, 2009 | Feature
Side by Side

Stephen Sondheim and Angela Lansbury on a lifetime in theater.

August 31, 2009 |
You Can’t Stop the Afrobeat

The high-energy Nigerian pop of Fela Kuti comes to Broadway—brought fantastically, intensively, propulsively to life by Sahr Ngaujah.

August 9, 2010 | Intelligencer
The Allure of the Bad Seed

Why is a boy a more compelling killer than his mother?

June 1, 2009 | Feature
Command Performances

As the Queen of Scots or Mrs. Churchill, Janet McTeer demands attention.

June 8, 2009 | Feature
The Triumph of Bombast

What’s ailing Broadway? A case of emphasitis.

May 11, 2009 | Feature
One for All

The case for a Best-Ensemble Tony.

April 27, 2009
Dolly or Bust

To understand Broadway’s newest composer, you have to start in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. But that’s not where you’ll really find her.