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THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE BROADWAY REVIEWS
Opening Night: April 18, 2002
Synopsis: It's 1922 and modern women are bobbing their hair, raising their hemlines, entering the workforce, and rewriting the rules of love. Thoroughly Modern Millie, a musical comedy inspired by one of the most successful musical movies of all time, stars Tony Award winner Sutton Foster in the title role. Based on Richard Morris' original story and screenplay, the show features a book by Morris and Dick Scanlan, with lyrics by Scanlan and a score by Jeanine Tesori. Michael Mayer directs.
NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW:
"IT is tempting to imagine the inspirational advice taped to the dressing room mirrors of the Marquis Theater, where ''Thoroughly Modern Millie'' opened last night -- those encouraging little mantras that help performers give their all.
The advice would probably be written in crayon, with the i's, perhaps, dotted with smiley faces. And the words of wisdom might include something like the following: Why bother to smile unless you show all your teeth? When you land a punch line, jump on it with two feet. Cute is not a dirty word. Dance as if the jobs of multitudes depended on it: they do.
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