First Nighter: London's 'Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense,' 'Mojo,' 'From Here to Eternity'
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London -- As popular as P. G. Wodehouse and his creations, suave manservant Jeeves and first-prize twit Bertie Wooster, have been for almost 100 years, they've apparently never toddled onto a West End stage until--wait for it!--now. At long last they've been transferred to the Duke of York's by the Goodale Brothers Robert and David in a bit of all right play. It's not, pleasant to report, the insufficient Andrew Lloyd Webber By Jeeves musical. This one's happily called Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense.
Not to put too fine a point on it--well, fine, let's put too fine a point on it--the outing is, as the title states outright, perfect nonsense. Putting a finer point on it, one might say Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense will be perfect nonsense for those, like this reviewer, who love the 11 Jeeves-Wooster novels and 30 stories as well as for those who don't know them but are discovering them in this manner.
For those familiar with the antics but don't twig to them, the
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