Tupac Shakur musical features energetic choreography and solid performances, but is hampered by faulty sound which makes lyrics hard to understand
In the Tupac Shakur musical at the Palace, a salvaged 1964 Cadillac rolls onstage — an eight-cylinder symbol of escape. Built from old and new parts and with lots of love, so we’re told, the Caddy convertible is a big, eye-popping in-your-face beauty. It sets the scene for a tragedy.
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