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The New Musical ‘Waitress’— A Bittersweet Slice of Heaven

By Alexandra MacAaron
By Alexandra MacAaron

"Waitress" was (and is) a wonderful little movie. “Little” in the sense of quiet and intimate, no huge stars, no special effects. It is bittersweet (especially when you think about Shelly’s untimely death), yet it remains a celebration of motherhood and sisterhood, of staying true to yourself or finding yourself again if you’ve lost your way.

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