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For the Last Time

From 2 member  reviews
Members say: Confusing, Overrated, Entertaining, Disappointing, Banal

About the show

Backed by an 8-piece jazz ensemble and featuring an African-American cast of rising stars, this Jazz Age musical follows four young New Orleans artists who become friends and lovers. More…

'For the Last Time' is inspired by Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel 'The Marble Faun.' In 1950’s New Orleans, four artists create an Eden of music and art. But the past forces its way into their lives, and an act of passion changes everything.

Member Reviews (2)


Confusing, Overrated, Entertaining, Disappointing, Banal
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Banal, Confusing, Dated, Disappointing, Overrated

See it if Want to be bored

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May 29th, 2015
"There must be less likely sources for a jazz musical, but Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel 'The Marble Faun,' from 1860, seems pretty improbable. Hawthorne’s tale is ultimately satisfying. The show is not. Maybe 'The Marble Faun' wouldn’t be such an odd source for a musical if the borrowing were more...
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May 30th, 2015
"The one thing missing from the show is its spontaneity and rare, 'caught' moments that represent Jazz...This is still a show worth seeing for its exuberant use of music, its beautiful orchestrations, layered set, and lastly, its intention of storytelling. It truly is a new show for an old canon....
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May 29th, 2015
"With atypical musical styles and relationships that go far beyond a traditional love plot, the musical’s high ambitions result in a few stumbles. This talented cast and wonderful production, however, ensure that its emotional tale of how we contend with our own consequences ultimately prevails."
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June 1st, 2015
"While I enjoyed the torch songs, band and strong performances, some of the score and book are a bit repetitive and not exactly the jambalaya that leaves you wanting more. Hawthorne’s 1860 novel sends home the strict message of decadence, secrets and sin in the eyes of religion. Like jazz music '...
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