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Weighing in on the unauthorized Hamilton

It was probably inevitable that the culture wars would come for the show

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Robert Icke’s smart pairing

The British director offers seven hours of Hamlet and Oresteia

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Macbeth on Broadway: a Very Modern Scottish play

Daniel Craig whips through the Shakespeare tragedy in just over two hours

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Throwing curveballs

Race and sex in Paradise Square and Take Me Out

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Midcult madness

The Music Man and Plaza Suite reviewed

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Michael Jackson on Broadway

MJ: The Musical reviewed

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Swing for me

The experience of seeing George Furth and Stephen Sondheim’s Company is something like inadvertently joining a swingers’ party

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Nanny bait

Mrs. Doubtfire reviewed

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Truth in Duluth

Girl from the North Country is a delight as pure as birdsong

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Broadway’s back(side)

Six and Chicken & Biscuits reviewed

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