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Better late for ‘Never’

When Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Love Never Dies” opened in London in March 2010, the West End Whingers, England’s most influential theater bloggers, dubbed it “Paint Never Dries.”

The musical, a sequel to Lloyd Webber’s long-running “The Phantom of the Opera,” never overcame that bitchy moniker. After just 18 months, Lloyd Webber was forced to close “Love Never Dies” at a loss of more than $10 million. (FULL ARTICLE: Michael Riedel, New York Post)