Taking a narcissistic point of view, which is the more quotable review quote in the long run?
Jonathan W. Marshall on Zomburlesque for Theatreview:
A special non-zombie, non-burlesque treat is when Ellis, showing a musical and comic virtuosity which would not be out of place in the old Cotton Club’s own stage shows, effectively plays both the trumpet and the trombone at once, calling on the cast beside him to hold one instrument as he reaches to grab the next and immediately continue the same musical phrase on a new instrument.
From the same review::
The second one is just a bit punchier, a bit more concise… brevity is, after all, a virtue.