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Lockwood is played with a natural golden age suave by Benton. Even from the mid-orchestra level, there were times when I could have sworn I was watching a young Frank Sinatra attached to the lower body of a young Gene Kelly. Benton floats across the stage with grace and precision, with a voice to match, reminiscent of the bygone talents of a mid-century triple threat. And if that isn't enough, he will most definitely capture your heart in the Act 1 finale (with a little help from the tech crew) with his rendition of the title song, as he gleefully glides through a real, on-stage rainstorm! - Broadwayworld

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