Never trust professional critics.
Merrily We Roll Along, a Stephen Sondheim musical from the early 1980s, has grown to become one of the most beloved shows by the Broadway legend (which is really saying something). And yet on its debut, the show was a total bomb, opening to scathing reviews and folding after just two weeks.
They had a good thing going…going…gone.
Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened is the brand new documentary that dives into one of the more bizarre and amazing stories from the history of the Great White Way, letting the people involved with the original production (including Sondheim, director Harold Prince, and co-star Jason Alexander) tell the tale of the rise, fall, and resurrection of a now-Broadway classic.
This must-see for musical geeks promises to be an emotional roller-coaster, and begins playing in movie theaters on November 18, 2016.
“Not A Day Goes By”