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This is another one of those shows I should have watched earlier in the week instead of last. The show was both brilliant and well written, the set was wonderful and audience interactive. It took place in a pub and the pub was open and serving drinks both pre-show and at intermission. Pretty darn cool. Although I liked it - I wasn't as into it as I feel I normally would have been. Yet another reminder that when you see a show is an important factor.

I picked the wrong time (and seat) to see this production - it was the last show I saw in a brilliant week of theatre and it suffered in being saved for last and truly being in a nose bleed seat. Catherine Zeta Jones and Angela Lansbury and the rest of the revival cast were brilliant - but it was a long show at the end of a long and wonderful week of theatre - so sadly it wasn't as memorable as it should have been!

This goes on the list of shows I would love to direct or act in for that matter. Such an entertaining, challenging - yet simple show. Laugh out loud funny if done well and this cast was brilliant!

Sold out the first year - saw it the 2nd year and Brad Oscar and Roger Bart graduated to their lead roles were brilliant as was Gary Beach who was still with the production as Roger DeBris I saw this again in Toronto, London ON, the movie and was in a production. Nothing however compared to this brilliant night!

Spiderman - saw this the same week that Julie Taymor was let go - and did it ever need some work. Boy has been the show that post show drinks are made of. (And the ariel stuff was great)

Saw this brilliant production in 2001 and fell in love with it. Later went on to direct the show for London Musical Theatre (now Musical Theatre Productions) in 2003 Brilliant writing and the songs of Cole Porter highlight this Musical Theatre jewel.

Brent Spiner, Helen Hunt and John Turturro were wonderful in this Yasmina Reza play. I saw it during the musician strike and glad I did - was also the first showI saw in the Circle in the Square Theatre and I must say - I love the venue!

Really enjoyed this show, another tribute to old fashioned Broadway musicals. David Hyde-Pierce, Debra Monk and the rest of the original cast were brilliant. Such a fun production, one of those shows that you leave with a big silly grin on your face humming some of the tunes. Would love to do this show one day.

I love Green Day's music and i remember when their album American Idiot coming out we talked about it becoming a theatre piece. i found the original Broadway cast extraordinary. Wished I had seen it a second time!