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JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR BROADWAY REVIEWS

Opening Night: March 22, 2012

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Synopsis: The zeal with which Christ's followers are hailing him as the Son of God has become a source of dismay to his disciple Judas Iscariot. Fearing that this tide of religious fervor will provoke brutal repression by the occupying Romans, Judas must make his fateful choice between faith and betrayal. The greatest story ever told - in a groundbreaking rock opera that reinvented musical theatre for the modern age.

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NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW:

"Spoiler alert! Oh, just kidding. It will surely come as a surprise to no one that the title character in “Jesus Christ Superstar” does not come to a happy end, drifting blissfully into old age and obscurity on the sands of Judea. His gruesome death is depicted with unusually lavish flair in the director Des McAnuff’s flashy revival of the pop-rock musical by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber that opened Thursday night at the Neil Simon Theater."

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USA TODAY REVIEW:

"At a preview of the new Broadway revival of Jesus Christ Superstar (* * ½ out of four), the pre-show announcement advised theatergoers not to worry about etiquette. Anyone who wished to open a noisy candy wrapper during the performance was welcome to do so: "The score will drown you out.""

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ASSOCIATED PRESS REVIEW:

"While walking out of the Neil Simon Theatre, one might be forgiven for wondering: Who knew the greatest story ever told needed this much help?"

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HOLLYWOOD REPORTER REVIEW:

"Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's countercultural Christ musical shows its age but still earns its Hosannas in this amped-up staging, which comes to Broadway via Canada's Stratford Shakespeare Festival and La Jolla Playhouse."

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NEWSDAY REVIEW:

"Satire and the Crucifixion have always been the uneasy partners in "Jesus Christ Superstar." They are impossibly incompatible, of course. And yet their friction has powered the show's audacity since 1970, when a couple of young British guys named Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice (or their record producer) invited the press to a church to sit and listen to their newfangled concept album -- a pop opera. I was there."

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