Andrew Lloyd Webber was at the height of his power in 1991.
Both Cats and The Phantom of the Opera dwarfed the success of any show in musical theater history.
Mackintosh, furious that he and his show were being portrayed as racially insensitive, canceled Miss Saigon on Broadway.
Reviewing Miss Saigon for the New York Times, Frank Rich called it “a show with something for everyone to resent.”
“Andrew Lloyd Webber, the composer who is second to none when writing musicals about cats .