The Year-End in Review Edition: Once the 19-day stagehands strike ended, Broadway revived with a vengeance, with premiere after premiere of plays. (So much so that the exquisitely designed if dramatically inert Cyrano De Bergerac, with Kevin Kline’s too-pensive portrayal, and Tom Stoppard’s wonderful-in-all-aspects Rock ‘n’ Roll, got lost in our pre- and post-strike shuffle. I wish there were two more parts of the latter coming, as with his Coast of Utopia.) The last of the bunch, a revival ...

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