re: There's no sex, is there?
Posted by: broadwaybacker 02:02 pm EST 02/01/23
In reply to: There's no sex, is there? - portenopete 01:28 pm EST 02/01/23

I understand that you haven't seen the show, but "sober" is not a word I'd use to describe it. I recommended it to friends who saw it two weeks ago who see quite a bit , and have a Roundabout subscription, and I'll quote their texted comments:

"Thanks so much for recommending this. It was not a show we had wanted to see, but wow, was it fun! Laugh out loud funny in parts with a talented and likeable cast. It was much better than we thought it would be and have no hesitation recommending it to others."

Several posts above have answered my question, at least in part as to why it's not doing better, though, but the essence can be gleaned from the comments of my friends: "It was not a show we wanted to see." So I'm sure it's a combination of what has been said by others: Poor marketing, "no sex', "no star". The thing that surprises me the most, though, is how a musical that got the rave reviews this show did is struggling so mightily to find an audience.

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