'Parade,' Mark Taper Forum

The Donmar Warehouse's scaled-down version of Jason <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT000747" title="Robert Brown" href="/topic/politics/robert-brown-PEPLT000747.topic">Robert Brown</a> and Alfred Uhry's 1998 <a href="http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/culturemonster/2009/10/theater-review-parade-at-the-mark-taper-forum.html">musical</a> about the execution of injustice done to Leo Frank, a Jewish factory manager dubiously convicted of the rape and murder of a teenage employee, featured a top-notch cast led by <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB005422" title="T.R. Knight" href="/topic/entertainment/t.r.-knight-PECLB005422.topic">T.R. Knight</a> and Lara Pulver. The material is admittedly very stark for a musical, but Brown's Tony-winning score lent an astonishing degree of moral nuance and color.

( Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times )

The Donmar Warehouse's scaled-down version of Jason Robert Brown and Alfred Uhry's 1998 musical about the execution of injustice done to Leo Frank, a Jewish factory manager dubiously convicted of the rape and murder of a teenage employee, featured a top-notch cast led by T.R. Knight and Lara Pulver. The material is admittedly very stark for a musical, but Brown's Tony-winning score lent an astonishing degree of moral nuance and color.

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