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XANADU BROADWAY REVIEWS
Opening Night: July 11, 2007
Synopsis: Based on the film of the same name, Xanadu centers on a Greek muse who is sent to earth to inspire Californians during the 1980s. While on earth, she meets and falls in love with an artist and helps him realize his dreams.
NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW:
"Can a musical be simultaneously indefensible and irresistible? Why, yes it can. Witness 'Xanadu, the outlandishly enjoyable stage spoof of the outrageously bad movie from 1980."
"Xanadu (at the Helen Hayes) is so ridiculously brilliant, so lavish and sublime a confection that any set of adjectives you might come up with after a single viewing will more than likely be replaced by another set of ineffectual adjectives once you'e seen the show a second or third time. It's probably the most fun you'll have on Broadway this season, one reason being that everything about it is so resolutely anti-Broadway."
"The simple reason is that only the doltish could fail to improve on something so awful -- and the Xanadu creative team, headed by playwright Douglas Carter Beane and director Christopher Ashley, is clearly not a convention of dolts. Indeed, they have taken the movie's bare essentials and transformed them into a cute 85-minute spoof that works more effectively than all but the strongest believers might ever have hoped."
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