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Lady GaGa’s Monster Ball Reviewed by Kelly Nestruck

The Monster Ball’s style seems [. . .] a cross between The Phantom of the Opera and Cirque du Soleil and its approach is direct, with Lady GaGa inviting her audience to take a bite of [her] bad-girl meat. At times, the dialogue is so realistic as to be banal—What's up, Toronto?—but who doesn’t want to see superpostmodernism’s diva0 in a woman-sized gyroscope?

[. . .] Lady Gaga's “electro-pop opera” is at least twice as entertaining and infinitely fresher than any stage musical written over the last decade.

Lady GaGa in Woman-Sized Gyroscope


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