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A CLASS ACT BROADWAY REVIEWS
Opening Night: March 11, 2001
Synopsis: After a highly successful run at MTC, this hit musical transfers to Broadway. The subject is Ed Kleban, the man who wrote the lyrics for A Chorus Line. How does one follow up a hit like that? A Class Act is the story of a man who discovers that fulfillment in life isn't measured by success; it's defined by what you do for love. The show features a book by Linda Kline and Lonny Price and choreography by Marguerite Derrick.
NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW:
"Here's a seeming paradox.
''A Class Act,'' a musical based on the life and the songs of an unsung songwriter (something of a paradox in itself) made its first appearance last fall on the tiny second stage of the Manhattan Theater Club. Befitting its location, it was an almost bare-bones show, and it had its charms. Its major flaw was in its miscalibrated lionization of its subject, Edward Kleban, who was best known as the lyricist of ''A Chorus Line'' but who never realized his ambition to write both the words and music for a Broadway show.
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