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Two-time Tony award-winning actor Nathan Lane has been called Broadway's "greatest entertainer" in an appreciation published in The New York Times. Lane, a gay man currently appearing in the critically reviled box office smash The Addams Family, "is best savored live," writes critic Charles Isherwood. "You have to be in the room with him -- even a very big room, like the Broadway palaces he now mostly plays -- to feel the tickle of his genius. And when Mr. Lane is at his delirious best, spinning funny froth from material that reads pancake flat on the page, riding waves of audience laughter with the instinctive grace of a pro surfer, there's really no room I'd rather be in."
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