An American in Paris’ review: Gershwin songs and dancing are beautiful~article from New York Daily News

By: lepbc
Published on: Apr 16, 2015

A JOYOUS ex-G.I. in “An American in Paris” can’t contain the thrill of finding the girl of his dreams. So he sings a Gershwin tune, “I’ve Got Beginner’s Luck.” But the reason this beautiful ballet-happy show is so richly satisfying isn’t luck. It’s about director and choreographer Christopher Wheeldon of London’s Royal Ballet. Guiding his first musical, Wheeldon shows a vibrant vision and buckets of imagination, transforming the 1951 Gene Kelly-Leslie Caron film that inspires the show. He’s also got a cast and design team at the top of their game.  Read more...