This is a thread to discuss live theater of any variety. It could be a play or musical (opera, ballet) on Broadway, the West End, touring company, community theater, high school theater, or even your kids kindergarden play if you really want to tell us about it. Wherever you saw it (or if you were in it!), tell us about the show! Last night I saw The Last Two People on Earth: An Apocalyptic Vaudeville starring Mandy Patinkin (best knows as Inigo Montoya, among other roles) and Taylor Mac at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, MA. A.R.T. does a lot of almost workshopping of shows before they go to Broadway, and while I'm not sure about this one, that may be the case here, especially seeing as Mandy Patinkin was in it. I'd say it was a cute and sweet show, but still lacks something. (Last night was opening night so I'm sure there will be some changes). If I'd have paid $125 for it, I would have been really disapointed, but I had a lot of fun for $30 (the only seats left were in the very back, but it's a small house so it was fine). Here is the description from the website which I think describes it the best: It’s the end of the world as we know it. A flood of biblical proportions leaves us with only two people on Earth who discover their common language is song and dance. Together they chronicle the rise and fall and hopeful rise again of humankind through music that runs the gamut from Rodgers and Hammerstein to Sondheim, and R.E.M. to Queen.I think it was the rise and fall that it was missing, it's really hard to get a plot across with only prewritten songs and no dialogue. There were some really funny parts and moving, but overall it didn't really go anywhere. Both actors were great and they both had wonderful voices. Hopefully they'll keep working on it because who doesn't want to see Mandy Parinkin in a Vaudeville type show.