It was a mixed bag of reviews for & Juliet, the new modern jukebox reimagining of how one of Shakespeare's most famous women might have gone on. Featuring a score of well-known hits by Max Martin that any millennial will know and love, and a silly and simple plot - this is jukebox fluff at its fluffiest, with a basic blend of feminist confetti thrown on top. Love it or hate it, the show is "Larger Than Life," which you'll either see as "F****n’ Perfect" or worthy of a skip.
Tag: Stephen Sondheim Theater
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he premise central to the story, which worked okay back in the 90s, feels cringeworthy at best today, leaving many to question why the adaptation was even attempted. The whole thing is a bit like a frozen dinner -- hinting at possibilities of something inviting, but just a bit basic, and leaving you wishing you had the real thing...or something else entirely.