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Report From New York: Stunning Shuffle Along Is Paean To Ground-Breaking Theater
Looking at faded and listening to primitive , you wonder what productions were really like live when vaudeville was surrendering to legit Broadway. The proud, answer is fired back in spectacular style from the The Music Box theater on Broadway where Shuffle Along fuses breathtaking, dancing, glorious music and a social message into a seamless whole.
Report From New York: Violet Shines From Foster’s Glow, But Show Itself Is A Bit Dimmer
Something is missing that makes the revival of Violet a fully-satisfying production. It seems inconceivable that it might be “heart,” which would seem to be the strongest suit of a show like this, especially with the unassailably appealing Sutton Foster at its core.
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