Largely New York by Bill Irwin

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Largely New York by Bill Irwin (Jul 1989)

Margaret Eginton, Leon Chesney - St James Theatre

  Any fears that Bill Irwin, having arrived on Broadway, might have gone Broadway are quickly dispelled in ''Largely New York,'' the sweet, brief show that the invaluable New Vaudeville clown brought to the St. James last night. While Mr. Irwin may now be playing across the street from ''The Phantom of the Opera,'' he is congenitally incapable of succumbing to high-tech glitz. Any fears that Bill Irwin, having arrived on Broadway, might have gone Broadway are quickly dispelled in ''Largely New York,'' the sweet, brief show that the invaluable New Vaudeville clown brought to the St. James last night. While Mr. Irwin may now be playing across the street from ''The Phantom of the Opera,'' he is congenitally incapable of succumbing to high-tech glitz. Not that he doesn't make a good-natured try. ''Largely New York'' opens with Mr. Irwin attempting to manipulate the theater's many curtains with an elaborate remote control. One is relieved to see that he need merely push a few buttons to gum up the works entirely (and hilariously) before retreating to his natural terrain, the bare stage.

Playbill / Program Date July 1989
Run: May 1, 1989 - Sep 2, 1989
Size 215 x 135 mm Pages 52
Condition: Used Good 8/10

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