The “Critique Mystique” question

So I mentioned in an earlier post that I was on the fence about “Critique Mystique” and its necessity in the show. It took Aaron’s insight to show me the song’s purpose. As Aaron put it, this is the first time since “Shine, Kitty, Shine” that we hear Kitty’s individual voice, how she’s processing what’s happened and is happening. And we won’t hear it again until “Committed”, when she finally makes it over the hill of doubt.

He’s absolutely right, especially now that we’re doing the show in two acts. The audience has been bombarded by the teachers, the outside looking in. Now we need the inside looking out.

Kitty’s insides.


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