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re: Mandy Patinkin. Remembering "The Knife"
Posted by: musicaldirny 07:45 pm EDT 07/14/17
In reply to: Mandy Patinkin. Remembering "The Knife" - theaterisok 05:19 pm EDT 07/14/17

I saw it. I thought, and still do think a lot of the music was beautiful.
The long sequence with Mandy bringing room service..leading to the line "From the way you looked at me you could be.. a woman."

Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio's song "Someone Who Touches Me" and her second act Aria were memorable.

The show was very British. Mandy was very absorbing, and brooding.

Some interesting points were made. As a man, Mandy's character was a chef, as a woman, a caterer.
Mastrantonio's character, a flight attendant who (possibly) has castration fantasies against men.

I would love to see this material re-examined.
Link Peter Saxe Music
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