Arts & Culture

August 8, 2013 4:50 PM

‘Spring Awakening’ at Crown Uptown a powerfully provocative musical

As it did for the mental illness musical “Next to Normal” last year, Crown Uptown has really stepped up its game from dinner theater entertainment to powerfully provocative experience with its new production of the controversial and award-winning (eight Tonys) “Spring Awakening.”

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