|Of course, others feel differently.|
|Posted by: tmdonahue (firstname.lastname@example.org) 08:51 pm EDT 08/16/19|
|In reply to: re: Any Word on Company? - hrhlc 05:45 pm EDT 08/16/19|
|I thought the London "Company" gave a new force to the "skits" that make up the libretto. Yeah, "Barcelona" was a little forced but that aside, the show had a new, surprisingly cumulative effect. Now the idea that time is passing and Bobbie isn't married is pointed by all the babies in the staging. Bobbie has a time lapse as a woman that the character didn't as a man. And esp. "Here's to the Ladies Who Lunch," the last verse, when in this production Patti Lupone turns to Rosalie Craig and sings, "Here's the ladies who watch/Aren't they the best?/ When they get depressed it's a bottle of scotch/ Plus a little jest." And THAT's exactly who Bobbie has been throughout the evening.|
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