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Past Shows: What would you bring back?

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BwayEqs
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Past Shows: What would you bring back?
Posted: 7/6/12 at 12:57pm
What past productions, play or musical, would you love to bring back to Broadway? Mine are:
PETER PAN
1776
DAMN YANKEES
THE WIZ
They all call me a troll. Ok, call me a troll. If I stand on my own, so be it.
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aasjb4ever
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Past Shows: What would you bring back?
Posted: 7/6/12 at 12:58pm
The revival of Ragtime.
What a colossal piece of crap! It'll probably run for years.
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Past Shows: What would you bring back?
Posted: 7/6/12 at 01:12pm
I'd love to see a really classy revival of MY FAIR LADY done. It's not the greatest show ever written, but it's still quite good and very entertaining, and holds a dear spot in my heart.

On another subject, if NY City Opera ever wants to see me purchase a ticket to one of their operas again, they might as well do Carlisle Floyd's SUSANNAH. But that's another art form entirely.

So I'd say FAIR LADY.
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Past Shows: What would you bring back?
Posted: 7/6/12 at 01:35pm
DOTV because I only got to see it twice.
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Perfectly Marvelous
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Past Shows: What would you bring back?
Posted: 7/6/12 at 02:32pm
Grand Hotel. It's always been one of my favorites. I've always wanted to see it done with Hugh Panaro as the Baron. I don't know why, I've always thought he would be excellent in that role.
"I am and always will be the optimist. The hoper of far-flung hopes and dreamer of improbable dreams." - Doctor Who

"Yes, the brutalities of progress are called revolutions. When they are over, men recognize that the human race has been harshly treated but it has moved forward." - Les Miserables

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