Seen Off Broadway: John Arnone has done a great job transforming the Mitzi E. Newhouse at Lincoln Center into the green room of the Martin Beck, circa 1948, for A.R. Gurney’s latest, The Grand Manner. The place is exactly like its protagonist, legendary grande dame Katharine Cornell—regal, but also fraying around the edges. Gurney has based the play on his actual encounter with Cornell that year, when she was starring in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra, and it begins with a recreation ...

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