Neither Walsh nor Robinson is a born singer, but both handle that part of the assignment quite respectably, while also showing off very persuasive acting skills. What really counts, of course, is their dancing, and these seasoned ballet artists deliver handsomely. . . This version of “An American in Paris,” with its sophistication and style, makes for a disarming experience in the theater. It’s a musical that treats you like an adult. These days, that means a lot.
Theater review: Charm, humor, color keep 'American in Paris' twirling at the Hippodrome
Friday, May 4, 2018