Seen at the post-Cats Winter Garden: Mamma Mia! . Oh, go ahead. You know you want to. The international musical hit that weds a skimpy book to 24 Abba numbers is indefensible on every ground, except that of a good time. Survivors of the 70s--and you know who you are--will find this to be great good fun. What lifts this production above the level of the typical tacky West End pop musical extravaganza is its surprisingly good taste. The book by Catherine Johnson is silly, but it is coherent ...

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