Review: “Clueless, the Musical” Is Actually, Like, Really Good

For the past year, it seems like jukebox musical have been the plague of Broadway, but the New Group’s “Clueless, the Musical” has given me faith that a jukebox can work, and can work well. The new musical, directed by Kristin Hanggi and written by Amy Heckerling (who also wrote the screenplay to the 1995 film) manages to perfectly capture the spirit, camp, humor, and vibe of the…

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Theater Critic. Vassar College alum, current PhD candidate at the CUNY Graduate Center.

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Theater Critic. Vassar College alum, current PhD candidate at the CUNY Graduate Center.

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