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Sister Act is not a great musical, not even a good one, but the Wick Theatre’s resurrection is so engaging, so energetic, so much pure fun that it will convert you and make you glad you bought a ticket.
When a theatrical production’s scenery, lighting and costumes get as much attention as the characters, chances are the story is a bit slim. You see that clearly with Riverside Theatre’s eye-popping Sister Act, a co-production with the venerable Walnut Street Theatre of Philadelphia.
Sister Act is not a terrible musical; it even has amusing and mildly entertaining passages. But the national tour at the Arsht Center is also a head-shaking mediocrity that begs an answer to why talented theater veterans wasted their time – and ours – on it.
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War Horse Will Close Newly-Announced 2012-2013 Season For Broadway Across America in Fort Lauderdale
War Horse, one of the most stunningly theatrical plays to overwhelm mainstream New York audiences last year will close out the six-show season on Broadway Across America’s slate for 2012-2013 in Fort Lauderdale. The Tony Award-winning play, that’s right a play, will join another play, Agatha Christie’s BBC Murders, in the theater series that has stuck for several years to an exclusive diet of musicals.