Hedwig and the Angry Inch, June 9th. The intimate setting of Broadway’s Belasco theatre plays…
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Honeymoon in Vegas is the virtual definition of a crowd-pleaser, and it definitely deserves a lot more attention from the tourist crowds who typically gravitate to the old standbys.
The play comes in at a brisk 70-minutes (no intermission) but honestly it only feels about thirty. It’s so fast yet so moving and funny that you’ll be walking away wishing you could see it again.
If you put an ex-Muslim lawyer, an African-American lawyer, a Jewish art curator, and a…
Holler If You Hear Me, the new Broadway musical based on the music of Tupac…
It’s the production design of this Macbeth, which is somehow both opulent and plain, but altogether unique, that sets this version of ‘Macbeth’ apart.
The best way to describe Ann, Holland Taylor’s one-woman show about former governor of Texas Ann Richards that she both wrote and stars in, is what the Hall of Presidents in Disney World would be like if instead of a robotic Barack Obama the host was a Texas-twanged white-haired lady who didn’t care that she was on a stage in the family-friendliest theme park in the world.
The acting in Grace is extraordinary, with all four actors being seasoned professionals with the ability to portray the array of emotions required of the material.
Go see this show now!
Because it’ll probably be closing very soon.