Sometimes sheer craft on Broadway is undervalued. This musical, based on Pedro Almodovar's 1988 movie, mostly got slammed by the critics, but it does more things well than many more-acclaimed but less-accomplished shows. Jeffrey Lane's book is a deft and faithful adaptation of the movie. The stars Patti LuPone, Sherie Renee Scott, Laura Benanti and Brian Stokes Mitchell are a murderer's row of Broadway musical talent, yet they rise to their big numbers without throwing the show out of whack. Best of all, David Yazbek's melodic, Latin-influenced score is more than just good it's on the verge of being memorable.