Seen on Broadway: In an arid season I hate to penalize a play as ambitious as A Free Man of Color, particularly one from the pen of John Guare (The House of Blue Leaves and Six Degrees of Separation). But the show is both overstuffed and diffuse, and doesn’t play to the dramatic strengths of its star, Jeffrey Wright, until deep in its second act. I’m sorry to report that by then it was too late for a chunk of my audience at the Vivian Beaumont, who, exercising their manumission, fled at ...

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