Once again I've given up searching for a thread about this musical or thinking someone else was also bound to wish to comment.
Yet another gem from the Landor, performed with verve and vitality by the cast of 8 and accompanied by an orchestra of 4. It was both humorous and touching by turns and the (true) story had me hooked as much as the music.
I'm quite picky about musicals and have loathed some which others have loved recently (e.g. Mack + Mabel), but this won my heart. I'd go again if it wouldn't mean missing something else.
A Class Act, Landor Theatre
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Posted 30 March 2013 - 02:53 PM
Glad you liked it, fringefan, I have never seen it but the Original Cast Recording is in my top ten. And, as it's the story of the lyricist of A Chorus Line, it's a great time to be playing in London. I have been in the US for a while but this will be the first show I see when I get back.
I thought it was autumn.
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