Seen & Heard

Seen Off Broadway: Almost a century before the first Amber Alert, the so-called crime of the century was committed in Chicago in 1924 when Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb killed a 12-year-old boy, just for the thrill of it. Now at the York Theatre Company is Stephen Dolginoff’s Thrill Me, a musical retelling of the sordid tale. The musical is surprisingly potent, especially considering that virtually every single day there is a story about a child abduction somewhere in the US.

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