Do You See The People Spin? Not any more, in this epic new production of the world’s favourite musical.
The Bridges of Madison County [Broadway Musical] review
Rapturously beautiful music flows throughout this new, almost chamber-sized musical. The gently paced, very adult romance is absorbing, and leads to a poignantly affecting conclusion.
Heathers the Musical review
Off-Broadway gets in on the movie adaptation act with this lively, technicolor musical that opened on 31 March, 25 years to the day since the cult classic opened in cinemas. The blacker-than-pitch […]
A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder review
Utterly charming in concept, form and execution, the originality of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder is a breath of fresh air in the modern-day miasma of movie-musicals.Nifty performances, snazzy design […]
Rocky [Broadway Musical] review
Rocky could have been a contender. Blue chip title, beloved song writing team, high production values, legendary Broadway house. The final twenty or so minutes are quite exhilarating, but they come too […]
Seldom seen in this time of corporate-driven, franchise-ready productions, the star vehicle makes a well-deserved return for Idina Menzel, worshipped and idolized star of music theatre stage, concert hall stage, small screen, […]
Aladdin [Broadway Musical] review
A riot of vivid colour and constant movement, Aladdin is pure, sit-back-and-enjoy-it, see-every-cent-of-your-ticket-price-on-stage entertainment. Throw in a melodic score, laugh-out-loud book and terrific performances, and you have the makings of a well-deserved […]
Roundabout Theatre Company: Cabaret 2014 review
Opera companies do it all the time, so why not theatre companies? Roundabout presents a welcome revival of their acclaimed 1998 revival of Kander and Ebb’s Cabaret. Same designs, same theatre, same […]
Bullets over Broadway the Musical review
A love letter to old Broadway, Bullets is a laugh-a-minute smash, fashioned by consummate theatre professionals into an evening of unabashed theatrical delight.
After Midnight review
Smoking hot 1920s-Harlem revue After Midnight blows the top off the Brooks Atkinson Theatre with a fiercely talented troupe of dancer/singers backed by a glorious gallery of true jazz musicians.