Then why weren't those changes made in Toronto? Was our city serving as a New Haven, the traditional tryout town where Broadway-bound musicals work out their kinks?
"No," insists Wallace with his old passion. "We're grateful we're going to get a second chance (in London). We never thought we would ... There is no doubt now that when we opened in Toronto, we were only a third through the process ... only you couldn't tell yourself that, or you'd go mad."