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An impressive stage treatment by an ambitious little Atlanta theater that's starting to make waves.
That would be Fabrefaction Theatre, which moved into its handsomely renovated West Side space two years ago and is closing its adult season with the 1997 Broadway spectacle by Maury Yeston (music and lyrics) and Peter Stone (book). To be sure, the show that won five Tony Awards and launched two national tours is far from perfect: It lists on the weight of a cluttered cast and song list, and a storyline that is well-known to the public.
And yet I found myself swept up in director/choreographer Jeff McKerley’s Fabrefaction production, which solves most of the problems of mounting a large-scale work on a limited budget and builds genuine suspense from an age-old story with a foregone conclusion.
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