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Review: ‘Candide’

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Leonard Bernstein never seemed completely satisfied with "Candide," which he hoped would be the great American opera. After its first New York production in 1956, he collaborated on seven other…

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Review: ‘Suburbia’

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"I'm fucking alienated," proclaims the closest thing to a hero in "subUrbia," Eric Bogosian's foray into twentysomething angst. Even ignoring the jarring fact that truly alienated 20-year-olds…

Review: ‘Grease’

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The draw for this revival of the fifth-longest-running show in Broadway history is Rosie O'Donnell, and perhaps it's fitting that an actress about to open on the big screen as Betty Rubble in "The…

Review: ‘Passion’

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Passion" is a great, great show. Not just because Stephen Sondheim has finally approved the notion of love as more than a conjugating verb, though that is certainly the show's chief revelation.

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