Impressionism The Broadway shows 33 Variations, at the Eugene O’Neill, and Impressionism, at the Gerald Schoenfeld, have two elements in common. The first is star power: Returning to the stage for the first time in 46 years, Jane Fonda plays a dying musicologist sleuthing a mystery involving Beethoven in 33 Variations, while Jeremy Irons and Joan Allen, unseen on Broadway since winning Tonys in the ‘80s, tread cautiously toward romance in the gallery-set Impressionism. The second is ...

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