On a Clear Day--Very messy story telling helped by a star performance by Barbara Harris. Definately not the stuff of a best musical.

One Hundred Ten--A really good score, a great part for a female star, but it just doesn't excite the way it should. Even Audra McDonald couldn't make this rather creaky vehicle please audiences. I have seen every one of the major NY productions and Inga Swenson was the first and best, but others were teriffic too.

Roar of the Greasepaint was the real thing, two brilliant performances, a riviting story well told, but its darkness turned audiences off. This one might have deserved a Tony Nod.