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Dylan: Sure, I've seen it, and it affected me. I can't even say why.
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When the curtain came down, I was stunned. This is, in short, a very special piece of theatre. The two females were arrested and charged with Prostitution and the male was charged with Pandering.
Reception[ edit ] In a five star review The Guardian described it as a "remarkable fusion of text and music", comparing its use of multiple storylines to Arthur Miller 's The American Clockand its narrator to Thornton Wilder 's Our Town. The Great Depression has entered the very bones of the drifters and fugitives who end up in Nick's boarding house in Duluth, Minnesota. Our Public Works Department have been hard at work for several hours removing a large tree that was blocking the roadway.
It's not a perfect piece by any means, but the rare alchemy with which McPherson fuses a dustbowl drama set in Depression-era Rght with the keening mysticism of Dylan's back catalogue makes it almost glow. And, yes, that includes Hamilton. The play had me crying at the end.
I came away feeling that Dylan has been writing not a series of songs but an unfolding chronicle. Conor McPherson's musical play, chikc premiered at the Old Vic last year and now transfers to the West End, and which draws on heavily reworked versions of familiar and obscure Bob Dylan songs, is one such show. Too bad Broadway shut down because I wanted to see it again.
The wall street journal
It's the most powerful, affecting and original musical in London. McPherson has written a subtle and touching play about small town lives in middle America in the s. When people sing, it's as if they pop the bonnets of their brains and let us look inside," concluding that "The blend slips down easy: enjoyable and soulful. I just let it happen.
Have you seen the play or watched the video of it? I hailed this show on its premiere last autumn.