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Review – Lady Be Good, Open Air Theatre, Regents Park

Saturday 21 July 2007

When the Open Air Theatre in Regents Park announced that it was to produce George & Ira Gershwin’s Lady Be Good two major questions immediately presented themselves to the West End Whingers:

  1. So soon after the remorseless un-stitching of the genre by The Drowsy Chaperone, would it be possible to get away with staging a frothy 1920s musical?
  2. What happened to the punctuation?

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