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for a previous production "Alas, the company finds many chances to undercut its own idea. They spend far too much of the 150-minute running time taxing the audience’s patience...Much as I admire quixotic theatrical crusades, it’s hard not leave this one feeling that some awfully talented people have out-downtowned themselves." Full Review
for a previous production "Jersey Boys may aim only to be a shallow, big-budget, crowd-pleasing jukebox musical, but it’s a model of the genre. The real source of the show’s power—obvious as it sounds—is the songs. McAnuff shows a rare, laudable willingness to stick his finger in the electrical socket of pop music, to take full advantage of the band’s potent catalogue." Full Review