David Fox: Before we get into the weeds, maybe we should explain the set-up here. We’re two gay men, with 30-plus years between our ages, who went together to see the Broadway adaptation of Buz Luhrmann’s Moulin Rouge! (That exclamation mark is part of the title, rather than a reflection of how excited we were to be there.) I think it’s fair to say that the source material—from 2001—falls pretty much exactly between our generational groups. So, Cameron, speaking for the younger contingent—why don’t you start?
Cameron Kelsall: Well, you can’t go to Paris without leaving New York, but apparently you can go to The Paris Las Vegas. All it costs is a ticket to this garishly designed, aggressively performed stage adaptation of Luhrmann’s movie musical melodrama…
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