‘Cats’, which is now on tour, has some terrific musical numbers and an outstanding performance by Keri Rene Fuller, who plays Grizabella.
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When Buckley descends the staircase for Hello, Dolly!, it’s a nice moment, combining musical theatre royalty with one of the classic musical theatre songs.
Each number is better than the next and really, the songs by Sara Barielles are the true star of the show.
Wicked, which had its Broadway premiere 15 years ago this week, is showing no signs of age. In fact, it feels even more relevant than ever.
Beautiful, The Carole King Musical is one of those rare shows where every single thing has come together perfectly.
The show is moved to a sharp and modern setting, proving that man’s ambitions remain the same no matter their era or location.
Kathleen Marshall’s version of ‘Much Ado’ is a funny, gorgeous, and emotionally resonant production.
The show is a charming homage to those first heady days of marriage, and what happens when reality starts to settle in.
Whether you’re young or old, the rhythm is definitely going to get you by the end of On Your Feet!, The Emilio and Gloria Estefan Broadway Musical that just arrived at the Civic Theater.
When Shadow and LLana are together, they make quite a pair. Especially during smile-inducing number, ‘Shall We Dance?’
The cast of kids are the the reason you’ll enjoy the show. Each one is as talented – and funny – as the next
True fans of the original will no doubt enjoy finding what has happened to their beloved characters but casual fans may be a bit disappointed.
If you’re wondering whether or not Hamilton lives up to its hype, worry no more. It does. It absolutely does.
Disney’s The Little Mermaid is docked at the Civic Theater this week and judging from…
Lovely and wonderful are two words that can best describe the touring production of ‘An American in Paris’
As a showcase for Deborah Cox’s amazing voice, The Bodyguard is well worth a visit.
With outstanding performances, a beautiful set and lighting design, Finding Neverland should easily put a smile on your face.
Criss is entirely captivating from beginning to end, and delivers a truly enjoyable show which the audience in his native San Francisco thoroughly enjoyed.
Nothing is more full of drama, grandiose and misbegotten plans, and over-the-top moments than youth.
Sometimes a Stage Mother is a magnificent sight to behold, like in the current production of GYPSY