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re: Don’t hold back on how you really feel.
Posted by: Chromolume 01:22 am EST 01/21/22
In reply to: Don’t hold back on how you really feel. - dramedy 12:44 pm EST 01/20/22

Seeing the show in Boston, I have to admit I got swept up in it and really enjoyed it. Though I did feel it overstayed its welcome, and could have been shorter. But the only part of the show that really didn't grab me in some way was the very very overlong (IMO) "megamix" ending - which I have to assume is still as is in the current version. It really could have been just one refrain of Lady Marmalade and adieu. But I assume the majority of the audience eats it up. Then again, I've really never been a fan of most "post show" production numbers, with the possible exception of the inspired craziness of Urinetown's final dance number. So, what do I know, lol.

I do have to wonder if the show would hold up for me on a 2nd viewing - it truly might not. But I'm glad for the performance I saw.
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