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  • zinka: httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=WhNL -gx6fUs I must have told you how I “discovered& #8217;... 11:05 PM
  • laddie: -Ed. – for you, a picture: http://tinyurl.com /kemlkfz 10:45 PM
  • manou: Not to butt in, but David kicks butt and will not be the butt of so many jokes in the future. 9:53 PM
  • Poison Ivy: httpv://www.youtub e.com/watch?v=XX4f EC_zwck 9:44 PM
  • Guestoria Unpopularenka: I’m still astounded as to how anyone can be named Butt. 9:42 PM
  • manou: Of course – and some of the dancers are the same as for the first performances twenty years ago. 9:33 PM
  • Poison Ivy: Thanks for the report manou! Do they still dance on the gambling tables in Act Two scene 2? 9:28 PM
  • manou: “David will appear as Goliath” maybe. 9:18 PM
  • rapt: I don’t know what made me do it–perhaps the contagion of Manou’s more antic... 9:15 PM
  • mia apulia: o glorious screaming! 9:01 PM

Topper

“…to a certain degree, good critics are no longer necessary to find. The phrase ‘Everybody’s a critic’ has taken on a universal cast. The internet encourages people to share their opinions with the world. In the theatre, the buzz created by chatroom chatters has become increasingly important to a show’s reputation before it opens. There are thousands of critics tapping away their opinions to whoever will listen – so who needs a paid pontificator to tell you what your opinion should be?” Stephen Sondheim rebuts Michael Kaiser and ponders the utility of Sanskrit to the librettist in excerpts from his new book Look, I Made a Hat: Collected Lyrics (1981-2011) with Attendant Comments, Amplifications, Dogmas, Harangues, Digressions, Anecdotes and Miscellany. (Photo: Getty Images)