On the Town~article from Theatrescene.com

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Published on: Nov 26, 2014

Having been revived in New York in 1971, 1998 and 2008, On the Town would not seem like a show in need of a Broadway revival. However, several inspired theater artists including director John Rando (Tony Award for Urinetown) and choreographer Joshua Bergasse (Emmy Award for Smash) have reinvented this clever and witty show by composer Leonard Bernstein and writers Betty Comden and Adolph Green. They have restored the unadulterated fun to this now legendary stage property and treated it like it was new. The delightful and delicious results demonstrate why the Great White Way still needs a great musical comedy, rather than a concept show, every once in a while. The leads are not household names which gives the show part of its fresh and winning appeal. Read more... http://www.theaterscene.net/musicals/on-the-town/victor-gluck/