Andy Karl (Phil Connors) and Carlyss Peer (Rita Hanson) in the play "Groundhog Day," on stage at London's Old Vic.
Manuel Harlan/Old Vic Theater via AP
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"Groundhog Day" is back, this time on stage.Britain's theater critics were largely enthusiastic the day after the show's gala premiere, praising its zany fun and dynamic theatricality, and hailing star Andy Karl as a worthy successor to the movie's leading man, Bill Murray. Composer-lyricist Tim Minchin and director Matthew Warchus are the team behind "Matilda The Musical," the Roald Dahl-inspired show that won seven Olivier Awards and four Tonys.While it flirts with the abyss, the show is often funny, and ultimately redemptive.The show didn't draw unanimous praise.
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