New York Times review 'Life is for Living: Conversations with Coward'

The show, which opened on Sunday at 59E59 Theaters, combines songs with snippets from Coward’s letters and diaries, in roughly chronological order, as well as some of his verse, set to music by Mr. Shrubsole. An underlying theme is the development of Coward’s famous persona: The eternal bon vivant gliding through the high life dispensing brittle wit....It feels more pertinent than ever. Read the full article here.

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