The first Broadway revival of Cole Porter's Kiss Me, Kate was filled with as much anticipation as the premiere of a new musical. The original Broadway version of 1948, a landmark in theatre history, was the first musical to win a Tony Award and spun off the 1953 film version (originally made in 3D). Add to that legacy the curiosity of theatre fans who eagerly awaited a revival of the show which follows movie star Lilli Vanessi (Marin Mazzie) and her ego-driven ex-husband Fred Graham (Brian ...

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