Boss hits the stage
AFTER checking off all the rock star superlatives in his 68 years, Bruce Springsteen has set out to create a wholly new performance template.
Springsteen on Broadway, which opened yesterday, is a deeply personal life story with a soundtrack, a one-man (or one-man and one-woman for two songs) show that’s by turns funny and touching.
He’s onstage five nights a week through February 3 in what has been called his Broadway debut.
The distinction is important.
This is a set piece, not a concert where Springsteen usually changes his set-list from night to night.