Wow 3.5 readers.
I knew if I kept plugging away at this blog I’d eventually hit the big time.
After reviewing a ton of movies for 3.5 readers I’m now reviewing a Broadway play for 3.5 readers.
Sadly, I couldn’t take a picture of the production but here is a terrible photo of some naked golden people who adorn the stage inside the Lyric Theater.
Art! I love it. I wish I looked this good naked.
3.5 readers, if you’ve ever seen a Cirque du Soleil show, then you know it is an artistic circus combining stunts, acrobatics, and music. No elephants.
However, there are sometimes some artistic high faluting clowns, though none in this show.
This Broadway version adds one more thing – a plot!
In the Golden age of Hollywood, a down on his luck director discovers an up and coming actress. He makes her a smash. She revives his career.
They fall in love but the kindhearted songwriter she came to LA with isn’t going to give up that easily.
You’ve got people flying around and doing tricks and stunts and backflips and shit.
Totally awesome 3.5 readers. Highly recommend it.
Until next time, this is big time Broadway critic BQB signing off.