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One of Hair 's greatest challenges is to not make Gerome Ragni and James Rado's book play like a disconnected series of vignettes. While not completely downplaying the sketch-like nature of the work -- at times, even brilliantly embracing it -- Paulus nevertheless effectively creates a dramatic through-line, keeping the primary focus on whether middle-class-kid-cum-hippie Claude Jonathan Groff will find a way to avoid being shipped to Vietnam. It's an action urged upon him by "the Tribe" -- especially best friends and sometime paramours Berger Will Swenson and Sheila Caren Lyn Manuel -- with whom he spends his days and nights in a frenzy of free love, drugs, and the occasional tourist-scaring.
It is deep summer in the late s in Central Park, and nobody is keeping off the grass. A heady concentration of anarchic youth has come out to play, flooding the shaggy green patch of turf that has been made of the stage at the open-air Delacorte Theater. And the whiff of hedonism that this crowd emanates induces a serious contact high in anyone who comes near it.
More Jonathan Groff Photos. It's taken nearly 30 years to bring Larry Kramer's passionate, award-winning play to the screen, Disney learns a lesson from Pixar's Brave, giving these orphaned princesses some feisty purpose that
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Looking began its sophomore season on HBO last night, and the first episode is a rollicking, sexy good time set amongst the redwoods. But having watched five of the new episodes, I'll just say I have a couple of concerns about how this season looks overall. Having now watched the first half of the new season via a screener sent by HBO, I can say that all that stuff remains the same: Doris Lauren Weedman is still the funniest and best part of the show, and while some of the writing is a little punchier and the sex stuff a bit more graphic, I am still frustrated by the fact that so little ever gets accomplished, plot-wise, in a single episode.
Hell, even Doris Lauren Weedman lands a big one. If all is not yet forgiven, the remainder of the scene at least suggests the closeness that comes with honesty, and Richie extends an olive branch of his own. Like his pricelessly panicked reaction when Kevin jokingly mentions needing to get married before his visa expires, these quicksilver changes warn of treacherous terrain, the uneven ground we all trip over as lust imperceptibly shades into love. The series is a compelling and humanizing study of its characters, the faith they profess, and the world they strive to proselytize.