An unexpectedly charming treat, Once wins over the audience early and never lets go until the bittersweet end.
Featuring the best singing currently to be heard on Broadway, Jesus Christ Superstar makes a welcome return in this slick, expertly understated production.
Your grandmother’s musical theatre is back on old Broadway in this featherlight confection that’s a daffy delight.
Welcome to music theatre in the 2010s: high volume and high tech for the concentration-challenged YouTube generation.
Simply designed, Laurent Pelly’s new production of Manon avoids clutter to allow the beautiful, romantic music to take centre stage. Superstars Anna Netrebko and Piotr Beczala have rarely looked and sounded more […]
Natalie Dessay dons the infamous red cocktail dress in Willy Decker’s controversial 2005 Salzburg Festival staging of La Traviata, now playing at the Met.
Wow! A palpable hit, Newsies exudes charm, flair and lashings of male energy that are bound to ensure a run far beyond the limited season currently advertised.
Based on the largely forgotten 1992 movie, Leap of Faith leapt into town due to the availability of the prestigious St James Theater and the perceived lack of competition for Best Musical. […]
What kind of goddess has lived among us?
Same composers, same era, same director and choreographer, same designers, same Broadway theatre, even some of the same stars – why did Catch Me If You Can flop where Hairspray shone?