Big Fish: The Musical review – Charming, imaginative with unexpected depths

Big Fish: The Musical review – Charming, imaginative with unexpected depths
 

Catch of the day is Kelsey “Frasier” Grammer as Edward Bloom, the Alabama salesman and inveterate yarn-spinner who sees himself as a big fish in a small pond.
But his imminent death prompts his nerdy, pragmatic son Will to discover the facts behind his father’s fanciful fictions.
As Edward gradually reveals the truths behind his fabrications, the gulf between father and son widens.
Who is the mystery woman in his past for whom he bought a house?
And who is Karl the Giant? Flitting back and forth between Edward’s early years and his last days in a hospital bed, the story moves quickly with... read more

 
10 November 2017 in Entertainment, Views: 39
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