The quintessential, raise-the-roof Broadway musical comedy, Some Like It Hot bolsters a classic stage-to-screen adaptation with the insight of a post-modern lens.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory review [Broadway 2017]
Oompa loompa doompety doo I’ve got a Broadway puzzle for you Oompa loompa doompety dee If you are wise you’ll listen to me What do you get when you cut all […]
Something Rotten review
Jam-packed with all the ingredients of a surefire smash hit, Something Rotten is funny without being unnecessarily smutty, and clever without being particularly original.
Peter Pan Live! review
Lavishly staged and impressively ambitious in scope, Peter Pan Live! nonetheless pulls up short in terms of the type of ironic edge or knowing wink needed in modern entertainment. No sassy Genie […]
The Sound of Music Live! review
The airwaves were alive with The Sound of Music last night as US network NBC premiered their eagerly anticipated holiday special that they, along with theatre fans around the word, hope will […]
2012 Broadway Play reviews
We used to call them “those shows without songs,” but this year’s plays have plenty of songs and music. In fact, two plays took Tony nominations for Best Score, a category that […]