Martin Guerre London closing version, to be precise. I understand the reordering of the show in the revised version to introduce Arnaud earlier, but the show lost more than it gained. Benoit was a much more interesting character originally, the explanation of the religious conflict and the need for Martin and Bertrande's marriage was much stronger, and setting fire to Louison was awesome.
And I want Cameron to hand all the drafts over to Eric Schaeffer and let him work out yet another version, from all of it, because I still think this show can work, preferably in a more intimate setting, and Eric's the best guy to do that. Not just saying that because I love Signature Theatre, but Cameron trusted him with the US premiere of The Fix, let him revise Witches of Eastwick (in fairness, it was Eric's second shot at Witches, since he directed the original production), and he actually came to Eric's production of LM (so did Alain Boublil). He's doing Miss Saigon in August. I really, really hope someday Cameron lets him have free reign with Martin.
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