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Eye on Theatre: A Sondheim Problem Musical By JOHN SIMON

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Interesting how Stephen Sondheim’s problem musical, “Merrily We Roll Along,” grows on you. As a boy, I hated spinach; now I love it. Although I did lambaste “Merrily” in my review of its Broadway premiere in 1981, I have come, upon several reseeings, not exactly to love it, but evince a healthy respect for its better aspects.

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Eye on Theatre: Betty Buckley Triumphant By JOHN SIMON

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Cover of Betty Buckley Appearing at Feinstein’s at the Hotel Regency, one of our best night clubs, is Betty Buckley, one of our best chanteuses. You would only be able to catch her this week, which may be impossible, but make a mental note to catch her the next time she appears, there or anywhere else. Of course, “chanteuse” does …

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Eye on Theatre: Fascinating Follies By JOHN SIMON

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Bernadette Peters on opening night. I have said it before and say it again: Stephen Sondheim and James Goldman’s musical, Follies, is one of that tiny handful that can legitimately contend for best ever. It was so much ahead of its time at its 1971 premiere that most of us critics were left behind. Since then it has had enough …

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