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  1. Ken Herman
    March 27, 2013 @ 1:11 am

    I agree with most of your points about Sondheim’s opus, although I thought the musical and its production were more engaging and entertaining than you were willing to grant. This book may indeed be a collection of unsavory outsiders, but then most memorable musicals are centered around “outsiders.” I hope Jacob Caltrider wins wider recognition for his contribution to this production. He charmed us with his cheery Balladeer–and he sang quite well, I thought–and then he chilled us with his eerie Lee Harvey Oswald. A remarkable volte-face!

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