Seen on Broadway: A gripping central performance keeps The Year of Magical Thinking, adapted by Joan Didion from her 2005 memoir, from being a book-on-tape for the stage. A first-rank film and television performer, Vanessa Redgrave had never previously convinced me as a theater artist; her own production of Antony and Cleopatra, at the Public, was an embarrassment, and in the 2003 revival of Long Day’s Journey Into Night she worked hard to make the material suit her, rather than the other ...

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