REVIEW: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Love Never Dies,” now at the Cadillac Palace Theatre, picks up 10 years after “Phantom of the Opera” left off. But why?
The production directed by William Brown, presents a set of fine performances and flashes of genuine dramatic beauty.
“Southern Gothic” is probably not your grandparent’s 1960s cocktail party, but it is a compelling drama.
Masterful staging in Aurora gives us a Sally who’s easy to love and a Kit Kat Club of fading grandeur.
Dominique Morisseau’s characters, particularly in the hands of this superb cast and under the direction of Ron OJ Parson, are utterly believable.
Solidly directed by Jonathan Berry, “You Got Older” blends reality and fantasy into a sometimes uneasy look at the one-way movement of time.
If you care most about virtuoso arias, zesty choruses and ardent vocal ensembles, go to Puritani and enjoy.
The ensemble cast in this dark, Tony-winning comedy is fantastic throughout.
In director Nick Bowling’s beautifully rendered production, the musical is equal parts powerful storytelling and achingly gorgeous harmonies.
The intimate but grand-scale production of the show is infused with fierce, precision-tooled, altogether transformative direction by Michael Weber.
An intriguing religious clash, though central to the plot, is merely the backdrop for this 19th century retelling of “Romeo and Juliet.”
Two more wildly different personalities than Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev could not have been put in a room together.
In its quirky way the story confirms the two abiding points of view that now hold sway more than a half century after the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Director Alan Souza and musical director Alan Bukowiecki have crafted an ingenious take on the musical.
WEISS: It is to the great credit of Charles Newell and his Court cast that they have wrestled so fearlessly with Arthur Miller’s bear of a play.