'Tale of Two Cities' closing Sunday
#1 Nov 14, 2008
Yes, it is the worst of times for A Tale of Two Cities, but it was a sensational adaptation of Charles Dickens story! Every aspect of it was well planned. The music was exceptional along with the orchestrations, singers, actors, scenery. It is a musical that brought tears to my eyes at the final scene and I will always remember how I felt when I saw it on August 28, 2008.
Good Luck to All who are involved with keeping it alive on tour!
#2 Nov 15, 2008
I saw it Sept. 13 and was thoroughly pleased and enjoyed every minute of it. The music was sensational as was the acting. Pure brilliance. I was totally disappointed when I went today to see it again (bought tickets so my sister who loves "A Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens could see it, too) after I had purchased tickets 1 1/2 month ago. Other people who had also purchased tickets and came from Long Island and further were disappointed as well. I don't understand how it was not advertised adequately or even given more of a chance to succeed. In my opinion it did succeed!!! It's hard for me to imagine that a show so noteworthy and stupendous could not make it in NYC. Has NYC lost it's taste for quality entertainment and epic tales of integrity, love and sacrifice????
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