Sometimes the price you pay for freshness is that it comes to you a little scruffy, a little rough around the edges. And if the scruffiness suggests points that could be tidied up, it also adds an extra enhancement: The imperfection is part of the charm, like a child's stubborn cowlick or snaggle-toothed smile. Which explains, in part, why the big, glossy, efficiently tidy musicals often seen uptown, with nary a hair out of place, aren't an eighth as fresh... More >>>