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"In its live rendition of 'Let It Go'...the musical wows adults as much as kids with a brilliant spectacle—as poignant as it is jaw-dropping...Grandage and his production team have made the show crisp and original. We might even say better—or at least satisfyingly different—than the movie, while being faithful to it. The creators have added heft and gravitas without making the story darker or scarier...The excellent Levy finds her perfect complement in Murin." Full Review
for a previous production "There are plenty of poetic moments...Phillips is a compassionate, gifted storyteller with a very fine ear for how people speak their truths. A riff by a Mexican immigrant on why he likes the world 'alien' is a thing of simple beauty." Full Review
for a previous production "From start to curtain call, the play is about transformation...Mike Donahue directs with verve, and while 'Georgia' doesn't completely escape the fourth wall, it invites audience whoops and catcalls more in keeping with a dive bar...The first act ends with an extended and magnificent drag show within a show." Full Review