The harmonies are exquisite, the lyrics raw and real. The ensemble could probably make a decent living gigging around Chicago.
The jukebox musical traces the first 18 months of Presley’s career, from his days as a teen-aged truck driver to his association with Col. Tom Parker.
This work, which the Royal Swedish Ballet debuted in 2015, has nothing directly to do with Shakespeare’s play of the same title, so don’t be confused.
Musically, “Oklahoma!” still works. But the Marriott Lincolnshire’s revival sits uneasily in a contemporary context.
Instead of creating an issue drama, playwright profiles well-meaning people involved in the quandary of baking for a gay wedding.
The play runs through May 27 at Raven Theatre.
The show charts Turner’s small-town roots, her musical apprenticeship alongside abusive husband Ike Turner and her solo breakthrough in the 1980s.
The Tony Awards ceremony will be held June 10 at Radio City Music Hall.
The Off Broadway stage production is based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Rick Riordan.
Ivonne Coll of ‘Jane the Virgin’ stars in the story of mothers and grandmothers fighting for their families during a time of repression.
The world-premiere musical is slated to play the Oriental Theatre June 12 to July 14, before heading to Broadway in November.
Schemers scam and doors slam in a world premiere farce that seldom lets the “Office” actor and his castmates rest.