Seen on Broadway: Pauline Kael once wrote that Vanessa Redgrave has the most expressive hands of any actress, and the proof of that is onstage at the Plymouth Theatre, where Redgrave is playing poor, lost, drug-addicted Mary Tyrone in Robert Falls’ revival of Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey into Night. The actress has worked her hands into arthritic gnarls for the role, yet, even so, she uses them so fluidly and expressively that one is spellbound. There’s a terrifying moment at the end ...

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