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Indeed, Mr. Miller may never have put forth a more provocative idea than the one that informs the finest moments of this often delightful but uneven show: namely, that his proudly radical queer politics were indelibly shaped by a youthful obsession with Broadway musicals. As he puts it: “I learned everything I needed to know from these shows about love, politics and America. Forget Marx and Engels, I had Rodgers and Hammerstein!”

Read Charles Isherwood’s review of Tim Miller’s Us in the NY Times (username/password required)

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