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Cats The Musical Review: Immersive and showy, but nothing else to purr about
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Cats The Musical Review: Immersive and showy, but nothing else to purr about

As upbeat and boisterous as it may be, Cats The Musical is a difficult musical to appreciate. One of the longest-running Broadway musicals, Cats The Musical clinched seven Tony awards including ‘Best Musical’, and has been seen by more than 81 million people worldwide. Revolving around the lives of the β€œJellicle cats”, the premise of Cats is set in what seems like a junkyard as the show introduces the feline characters – the Jellicle cats – who congregate under a moonlight for an annual affair, the Jellicle Ball. Old Deuteronomy (played by Nicholas Pound), the wise leader of the pack,…
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