Review – Drowsy Chaperone (London)

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Drowsy Chaperone was a great show, played in a very meta-way with its commenting narrator and self-consciously zany, with great dancing, fun costumes, and silly songs. It was also short (no intermission) and got us home early. I’m a bit sorry I didn’t see it earlier in the run but the cast energy seemed really good and I’m planning on recommending people go see it.

(This review is for a performance on July 25th, 2007.)

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  1. Review – The Drowsy Chaperone – Upstairs at the Gatehouse « Life in the Cheap Seats – Webcowgirl’s London theatre reviews Says:

    […] of stars is The Drowsy Chaperone, a show that, in its short-lived West End incarnation, proved life-changing for me in some ways (as it convinced me the West End Whingers’ blog was a source of genius tips on […]

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