BOTTOM LINE: A timely dark comedy that is as fun as it is terrifying.
Teenage girls will be teenage girls, whether in present-day America or Nazi Germany. So, in the play H*tler's Tasters, when the teenage girls from good German stock who have been selected to taste Hitler's food for poison take breaks for selfies on their cell phones, the anachronisms don't feel that out of place. Sometimes as they gossip in their teen speak it's easy to forget where they are, but then the conversation will take a turn to what is really happening...
BOTTOM LINE: Songwriting team Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman craft a toe-tapping, heartbreaking, engrossing account of The Comedian Harmonists, the nearly forgotten singing superstars of the early 20th century.
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