42nd Street Reviews
Anonymous from London,
SHEENS EASTON, WOW WHAT A VOICE !
Smiled all the way through even though seats uncomfortable , if you have dodgy knees get an aisle seat. !! Back to show , the cast were wonderful. , more tap than any morse code signal , girl playing Peggy sawer was a real pocket dynamo , reminded me of a young Debbie Reynolds . Miss Sheena Easton was revelation as Dorothy Brock , great singing and real stage presence . A really good show thoroughly enjoyed ( except the seat )
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Glitter BROADWAY pizazz!
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Plot be damned! 42nd Street is an exciting extravaganza, bursting with zinging one-liners, bucketfuls of glitter and tremendous talent. Self-referential and gloriously staged, I fully fell for this one.Read full review
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