There’s much to like in the musical Little by Little, a show of modest proportions and ambitions. Three characters – who are identified only by their genders (Man, Woman #1 and Woman #2) – go through the “pains” of childhood, adolescence and early adulthood together. As they sing in one of the songs, the show is about the “trouble of mixing friendship and love.” And do make note that singing is all they do; the show has no dialogue.
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