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Stage Review

‘Maestro’ taps into sadness of Leonard Bernstein

There are some giant figures — Norman Mailer and Marlon Brando come to mind – who forged spectacular, game-changing careers to which those nagging words “but’’ and “what if?’’ nonetheless cling.

Leonard Bernstein was another such figure.

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