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    NY Review: 'Clybourne Park'

    "Clybourne Park," Bruce Norris' era-spanning satire on race, comes to Broadway with its original cast intact and a Pulitzer Prize, but it's still weak tea.

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    NY Review: 'One Man, Two Guvnors'

    “One Man, Two Guvnors,” an import from the National Theatre, is a rollicking roller coaster of hilarity. James Corden will have you rolling in the aisles.

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    NY Review: 'Peter and the Starcatcher'

    Rick Elice's joyous riff on the Peter Pan legend successfully makes the trip to Broadway. Christian Borle, of "Smash," should start writing his Tony speech.

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    NY Review: 'Magic/Bird'

    Eric Simonson and Thomas Kail unsuccessfully translate basketball to the stage with “Magic/Bird,” based on the rivalry between Magic Johnson and Larry Bird.

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    NY Review: 'Evita'

    This is a softer, gentler take on Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s hit, with uneven performances from Elena Roger, Ricky Martin, and Michael Cerveris.

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    NY Review: 'End of the Rainbow'

    Tracie Bennett goes far beyond impersonation with an indelible performance as the legendary Judy Garland in Peter Quilter’s “End of the Rainbow.”

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    NY Review: 'Gore Vidal's The Best Man'

    In Michael Wilson's crackling take on "Gore Vidal's The Best Man," Eric McCormack, John Larroquette, James Earl Jones, Angela Lansbury, and more are tops.

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    NY Review: 'Newsies'

    Disney’s stage version of its 1992 flop musical, “Newsies,” despite a few flaws, is a galvanizing hit, with a star-making performance from Jeremy Jordan and catchy Alan Menken tunes.

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    NY Review: 'Jesus Christ Superstar'

    Des McAnuff delivers a flashy but empty staging, from Stratford, of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s rock opera about the last seven days of Christ.

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    NY Review: 'Once'

    Enda Walsh's intimate romantic tuner based on the Oscar-winning film survives the transfer to Broadway. Cristin Milioti and Steve Kazee are heartbreaking.