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Alexander Herzen (Brian O'Byrne, left) and Mikhail Bakunin (Ethan Hawke) in 'Shipwreck,' Part II of Tom Stoppard's trilogy. Alexander Herzen (Brian O'Byrne, left) and Mikhail Bakunin (Ethan Hawke) in "Shipwreck," Part II of Tom Stoppard's trilogy. (PAUL KOLNIK/PHILIP RINALDI PUBLICITY VIA ASSOCIATED PRESS)
By Jeremy Eichler
Globe Staff / February 11, 2007

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NEW YORK -- In case you've missed the claps of thunder, there's been a storm crackling on the stage of Lincoln Center Theater this season. Passionate Russians debating the future of their country, its enslaved masses, its relationship to the West, the merits of free love, the infinite varieties of socialism. Yes, yes, we know how it all turns out, ... (Full article: 1503 words)

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