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Your memory is faulty.
Posted by: ryhog 11:41 am EDT 08/08/22
In reply to: re: This is the same critic who loved PARADISE SQUARE in Chicago. - NewtonUK 11:24 am EDT 08/08/22

Seems to be a common problem for you. just sayin'.

"But the show has yet to fully find its emotional or its dramatic through-line and, in the first half of Act 2, it wanders seriously adrift, succumbing to its own confusing history of multiple book writers (Christina Anderson, Marcus Gardley, Craig Lucas and Larry Kirwan all share credit), an overcomplicated hierarchy of characters, a confused relationship with the music and character of Stephen Foster, lost visual bearings and a consequent dissipation of the requisite dramatic tension. ****Much work has yet to be done. But it will be a worthy task."
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