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Grease: Live!: cinematic is the word for this live TV Musical

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(From far left) Aaron Tveit and Julianne Hough with executive producer Marc Platt. When spectacle replaces intimacy, characters and story disappear. In other words, Grease was a show that was more about individual moments than about building a story.

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WHEN Fox's Grease: Live! reached its celebratory conclusion on Sunday, opinions about it no doubt differed, but one thing was clear: The live-musicals-on-television trend is no longer about trying to capture the magic of being in a Broadway house, if it ever was.

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