If Hollywood makes movies about movies, Broadway writes musicals about theatre, then it makes sense that West End shows are enamored with kings and queens.
Part of the fun of planning a theatre jaunt to London is searching all the various websites for productions. New York is easy – Playbill has it all in one place. London […]
Man in Chair begins his West End 2012 reports with some long term favourites.
Well, strike a light! A brilliant production of the seminal Australian classic, lovingly presented and blazingly acted.
Unfortunately, rather than a holiday, Death stalled the career of one of Music Theatre’s most promising, not to mention sexy, stars.
Riding a wave of nostalgia, and a timely relevance to volatile world markets, that optimistic orphan Annie is back to warm the hearts of theatregoers all over again.
Re-imagined as a sumptuous family spectacle, The Magic Flute delights with a cavalcade of glorious images.