Seen on Broadway: The occasional Hairspray aside, summer openings on Broadway are by and large equivalent to post-Christmas movies, the January and February duds that only the most desperate cineastes bother with. There are ego-driven curiosities (Kelsey Grammer as Macbeth), bad musicals (last season’s Dracula The Musical), and one-person shows of highly variable quality. We’ve already seen Hal Holbrook one more time as Mark Twain, and Suzanne Somers is driving her vanity Thunderbird out of ...

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