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Report From New York: Seaworthy The Last Ship Shouldn’t Be Allowed To Sink
Back in the day, whenever that was, a Broadway musical that had a raft of virtues but wasn’t a perfectly satisfying piece had a good chance of running an entire season. But with astronomical running costs and ticket prices, such survivals are rare these days. The Last Ship is currently a test case whether that paradigm is still possible.
Posted in Performances, Reviews Tagged Brian Yorkey, Joe Mantello, John Logan, Michael Esper, Rachel Tucker, Sting, The Last Ship Leave a comment
next to normal Is Harrowing Triumph For Thinking Adults
Critics are congenitally awash in self-doubt when they adore something. But to heck with it. Slow Burn Theatre Company’s profoundly moving production of the musical next to normal is about as good as it gets in South Florida theater.