REVIEW: All She Has To Do Is Dream: Lady in the Dark by MasterVoices (for Parterre Box)

Amy Irving and Victoria Clark in MasterVoices Lady in the Dark photo by Richard Termine

Amy Irving and Victoria Clark in Lady in the Dark. Photo by Richard Termine)

In the most hectic and sometimes marvelous year of theater I’ve had in memory, Lady in the Dark at MasterVoices this weekend thrilled me most.

For sure, it made my bucket list: I never thought I’d see Lady in the Dark, one of the finest and most complex musicals ever written, resurrected essentially complete with original orchestrations and a cast up to its considerable demands. Yet, thanks to MasterVoices and Ted Sperling, there I was!

The other day, I attempted to describe the show to a friend, and even that process thrilled me—just trying to capture it reminded me how original and audacious it is. So, let’s start there…

Read the full review at Parterre Box.

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