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[title of show] (The Bridge Production Group) NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Delightful, Quirky, Funny, Relevant, Great performance

A revival of the Obie winning and Tony nominated musical.

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713 Reviews | 119 Followers
Refreshing, Quirky, Great performance, Entertaining, Delightful

See it if you're out for a good time and some inside information on developing a musical. COVID safe, outdoor performance in a pretty courtyard.

Don't see it if creation musicals about earnest hardworking composers irritate you. Otherwise its completely charming.

330 Reviews | 96 Followers
Meta, Quirky, Relevant, Delightful, Funny

See it if you want a surprisingly timely examination of the creative process and the future of theatre packaged into a quirky little show

Don't see it if you aren't a relatively astute theatre aficionado. A lot of the structure and content of the show requires a deep knowledge of theatre

Critic Reviews (2)

The New York Times
August 17th, 2021

"Outdoors, barely-staged and, on the night I saw it, plagued by acts of god, this production of “[title of show]” became a paean to the uneasy but hopeful footing upon which we all find ourselves."
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Stage Buddy
August 17th, 2021

"You don't need to be a Broadway superfan to enjoy this endlessly inventive production...What the musical lacks in showstoppers it makes up for in humor, warmth, and pure ingenuity. It keeps pulling out new stops like a magician with an endless supply of rabbits."
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