I thought it was a lovely show and I'd like to hear the music again.
qolbinau said: "I don’t think I ever got around to getting this and the show seems to have been forgotten. I guess my main interest is Donna Murphy. Is there anything worth exploring here?"Worth exploring. The book was incredibly sappy but still powerful in places (I mean, it's by the author of Beaches, so what else would you expect). The music was pleasant, with solid performances from Murphy and a very talented supporting cast (Chip Zien, Lewis Stadlen, Alexander Gemignani). Far from one of the great musicals of the past decade, but still worth giving a listen too.
Skip23 said: "I thought it was a lovely show and I'd like to hear the music again."Well, folks, still available to any and all. http://www.kritzerland.com/peoplePicture.htm
This was the first Broadway show I ever fell asleep at. I saw it in very early previews. In all honesty, though, I wish I’d gone back when I wasn’t so tired.
I think I'll give this one another listen today.
I saw the show and didn't dislike it... I'd love to revisit the score but don't own a CD player. Bummed to see that the recording isn't available digitally.
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