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Theater Review: Brook’s Battlefield in Brooklyn

In early 1987, the director Peter Brook and the BAM impresario Harvey Lichtenstein climbed a ladder and popped through a window of the derelict Majestic Theater on Fulton Street in Fort Greene. What they found inside the 1904 building, built for plays but then turned into a movie palace and ... More »
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