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Glee 5.17 "Opening Night" Review and Favorite Song Poll: New Beginnings

    This week’s episode of Glee, “Opening Night,” was written by Michael Hitchcock and directed by Eric Stoltz. Hitchcock’s last episode was “The End of Twerk” which was a bit of a scattered episode, but did introduce Rachel’s (Lea Michele) wig – which we finally see put to its ultimate test in this episode focusing on her Broadway debut. Stolz, of course, is a staple of the show, and it’s no surprise that he brings us some of our most satisfying dance sequences yet this season. I particularly liked the long shot of Rachel walking from her dressing room to center stage.

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