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More reviews are pouring in from the Cripple of Inishmaan as well as pictures. Thanks to Lou Harry for sending us his review from IBJ.com/arts

Follow your muse through the door and you can bring a lot of people with you—including people who might not otherwise have know that the rooms you entered or created even existed.

All this is to say that I have enormous admiration for Daniel Radcliffe, who could have coasted in Hollywood. Instead, though, he’s parlayed Harry Potter popularity into a string of challenging roles on Broadway and in London. Now he’s back on Broadway, lending his considerable talents—and leading his considerable fan base— to a nearly impeccable production of Martin McDonagh’s tragicomedy “The Cripple of Inishmaan.”

And, at least as far as I could tell, even those who bought tickets just to be in the room with their favorite wizard, left the theater as breathlessly blissful as I—who never saw an entire Potter film—did.

You can read more of Harry’s Review at the following link

Here’s also another review with an audio feed from NPR: Daniel Radcliffe’s ‘Crippled’ Role Reaches Out To The Remote

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