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About a quarter through the new and uneven Broadway revival of "Therese Raquin," you begin to wonder why Keira Knightley has put herself through this.Her Broadway debut seems to be about playing a lonely, detached and diffident girl in a slow-moving parlor play. Knightley's Therese can't resist this sexy, can't-be-tamed, artistic type, despite her wedding ring.Thank God there is still some blood in my veins!" she tells her secret lover in bed).As her sickly, dismissive husband Camille, Gabriel Ebert is superb and Ryan is strong as the overwhelmed lover, but Judith Light as Camille's mother is too, well, nice. Perhaps the show's biggest star isn't Knightley at all but Beowulf Boritt, whose set design is remarkable and sublime. An attic where the lovers meet is literally floating, as if powered by love itself.
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