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Welk's 'South Pacific' sings, but could use more bite

January 7, 2013

?South Pacific? has one of the best scores ever written for Broadway, but the 1949 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical about love and prejudice in the South Seas during World War II had become a museum piece before its 2008 revival.

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