The documentary was I guess, alright. Not as much of the filmed reunion concert in it as I would have liked. I think more people would have rather had the full concert. It would have been less editing.Or better yet, please release the pro-shot. It's been 15 years and the documentary shows other clips that were obviously professionally recorded. We get a Hamilton pro-shot not even a full decade before it's been out. Make the pro-shot a DVD for $15 and have all money goes to the actor's fund.
A bunch of pretentious people gather around reliving their heyday about some medicore musical as if it were the second coming. It was completely boring and smug.
I worked in the theater industry at one time so I found this more interesting than many will, I guess. I've never seen Spring Awakening on stage and watching this, I sure wish I had. How creative, so much talent on display, such good music! This is certainly not a great documentary, but it is an interesting one and probably to those who saw the original production, a very special one. For some reason, I found Gallagher the most interesting, Mayer the most New York (though not from NY), Groff the most leaky and, as expected, Michele the most princessy, though her close relationship with Groff was touching. Not bad, but I'd much rather see the actual production, which looks like it was filmed?!