Seen on Broadway: The Bush administration could not ask for a better mouthpiece than Julianne Moore, who makes her Broadway debut in David Hare’s The Vertical Hour, which is playing at the Music Box Theatre. Moore gives a crisp and tightly wound performance as Nadia Blye, a former war correspondent turned Yale political science teacher, whose outspoken support of the Iraq conflict has put her at odds with the faculty and students. Some relief from her pariah status comes from her ...

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