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James Barbour is currently starring in "A Tale of Two Cities" as Sydney Carton and definitely making an impression.
By ROBERT FELDBERG, STAFF WRITER REVIEW A TALE OF TWO CITIES New Broadway musical, at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre, 302 W. 45th St., Manhattan. Book, music and lyrics by Jill Santoriello. Directed by Warren Carlyle. With James Barbour, Aaron Lazar, Brandi Burkhardt and Gregg Edelman.
By Michael Kuchwara NEW YORK - Not since the heyday of the '80s British musical invasion - which brought "Cats,""The Phantom of the Opera" and "Les Miserables" - has Broadway anticipated such a big, critically lauded musical from across the Atlantic as "Billy Elliot." It's the show generating the most buzz, particularly at the box office, and that's saying a lot, as New York braces for a fall of six Broadway musicals - five new shows and one revival - plus several off-Broadway offerings,...
"It's chaos," laughs Cathy Marston, the mastermind of a major new ballet production set amid the French Revolution. While the nerves might be tingling, not least with an afternoon's costume fitting for 50 cast members, she's calm.
By MICHAEL KUCHWARA, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jill Santoriello has been working on her stage version of Charles Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities" for a long time since Ronald Reagan was president.
By ROBERT FELDBERG It was a typical press release, announcing the cast for the new Broadway musical "A Tale of Two Cities," which begins previews Aug. 19 and opens Sept. 18 at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre.
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