(From The New York Times, 12/18; via Pam Green.)
Here, then gone: That’s the bittersweet joy of live theater. Sure there are revivals, but will “Revolution in the Elbow of Ragnar Agnarsson Furniture Maker,” the Icelandic rock musical that played a few hardy months Off Broadway, come back? Unlikely.
ere (and mostly gone) are other stage moments that have stayed with writers and editors for The New York Times:
REVEALING ENTRANCE Nick Offerman, wearing an apron in front and nothing in back, when the lights went up on Sharr White’s “Annapurna.” His co-star and wife, Megan Mullally, may have seen it all before, but audiences hadn’t. SCOTT HELLER