London critics on Wednesday hailed the Mel Brooks musical the story of an unscrupulous showman trying to mount a surefire flop as a tonic for a gloomy West End weighed down by overwrought musicals and shadowed by several recent flops.
LONDON Puccini's ''Madama Butterfly'' tackled interracial love and U.S. imperialism in Asia; Verdi's ''La Traviata'' put a tubercular prostitute center stage. The online edition of Peninsula Clarion newspaper in Kenai, Alaska
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