The Dream of Atlanta

In a Broadway season searching for a breakout musical hit, the case of Parade was a true heartbreaker. A risky work with an adult point of view and a stirring score by neophyte Jason Robert Brown, the Lincoln Center Theatre production (presented in association with the beleaguered Livent) drew a mixed press and failed to catch on at the box office. It closed on February 28, after a run of 89 performances, leaving Broadway for the moment without a likely winner for the spring awards season.

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