Artistically speaking, Leonard Bernstein had so many personalities that he could only have been one person: the flamboyantly demonstrative conductor; the tormented, deeply introspective classical composer; the exhilaratingly brash spinner of popular show tunes; the caring, charismatic educator; the quiet family man who was also a manic parlor entertainer; the monster of ego who was also master of the generous gesture. Locating the root of Bernstein's creativity is no easy task, and director Anne Bogart's attempt to pin it down is about as successful as if she were trying to catch lightning in a jar; all that results are some interesting flickers and a frustrating sense of... More >>>