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re: Chromeo - what have been the best 'sounding' productions you've seen on Broadway...
Posted by: Chromolume 11:16 pm EST 11/17/22
In reply to: Chromeo - what have been the best 'sounding' productions you've seen on Broadway... - DistantDrumming 08:57 pm EST 11/17/22

I would agree about the On The Town revival. (Really, I thought it was an excellent show through and through, save 2 things - the videogame "staging" of "Come Up To My Place," and Jackie Hoffmann's shameless mugging.) I would add A Gentleman's Guide and The Band's Visit. For a show with a much smaller pit, I would certainly say that the recent Falsettos revival was also expertly done.

Going back a ways, and for a contrast - Titanic was all solid musicianship, a thrill to see and experience - but I didn't feel the sound quality in the Lunt-Fontanne was up to snuff. The excellent orchestra sounded a bit tinny to me. The show deserved better.
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