I couldn't disagree more about your choice for #1 Worst. You've written it as if you weren't there. I hope that's not the case. It certainly wasn't for everyone, but I found it to be one of the greatest projects I've experienced in New York, ever. More than any other show this year, for sure, it rewarded repeat visits. It rewarded stamina. It rewarded complete attention. My skepticism about the premise faded soon into my first turn, and disappeared in my second. Subsequent visits were gravy and icing together. It wasn't so much about progress as it was about a certain kind of faith, and that faith was what was being practiced every time someone started in.
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