Someone in a tree, that Elton john inspired song was the only thing that woke the audience up the night I saw it, while it was nothing special it was the one highlight of the night. And the only song that didn't sound the same as everything cane before and followed
That TV spot is amazing, I first heard about this show in 85, I think I read Frank Rich's review daily and wished I could have seen it. Finally seeing the London production in February. I'm not sure if any production can top the original from what I've read and seen
I grabbed what used to be a hotix ( 25.00 ) about 90 minutes before the show and ended up in great box seats on the left hand side of the theatre and maybe missed two small things... would sit there again in a heartbeat
Saw it Sunday night, it really is in places wonderful , a heck load off fun, and highly enjoyable. Sadly it lacks something, the biggest number of night is not sang by Amelie but a one off character. Phillipa is fine, nothing truly remarkable or nothing that makes her stand out. Nino lacked something, well anything that made you want to care for him.
Tony Sheldon is doing some great work as always. Nothing wrong with the show, it is what it is two hours of enjoyment, but nothing t