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September 24, 1992 | ROBERT EPSTEIN
It's midweek and 15 minutes before curtain and the wide-body Shubert seems a lonely landscape of empty seats and isolated ticket buyers. No waiting masses, no yearning hunks of humanity. Has Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Cats," after more than 10 years, run out of lives? "Watch," an usher says. "Watch what happens." Five minutes later the scene changes. Groups of five and six arrive, trailing children. Couples. Singles. Groups of four. Double-daters. Couples. Couples trailing children.
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September 24, 1992 | ROBERT EPSTEIN
It's midweek and 15 minutes before curtain and the wide-body Shubert seems a lonely landscape of empty seats and isolated ticket buyers. No waiting masses, no yearning hunks of humanity. Has Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Cats," after more than 10 years, run out of lives? "Watch," an usher says. "Watch what happens." Five minutes later the scene changes. Groups of five and six arrive, trailing children. Couples. Singles. Groups of four. Double-daters. Couples. Couples trailing children.
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