Seen and Heard: On Broadway And Off

Seen on Broadway: Occupy Wall Street comes to Broadway, as the Roundabout Theatre Company revives Terence Rattigan’s Man and Boy for the first time since it flopped in 1963. In this corner, representing the lumpen 99 percent: Basil Anthony (Adam Driver), a socialist who ekes out a living as a songwriter at the height of the Great Depression from the depths of his basement apartment in Greenwich Village. Basil, we soon learn, is a pseudonym, as the high-strung young man is actual

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