Musical theater giant Stephen Sondheim turned 90 on March 22, and Stevie Wonder—for my money, the greatest popular music composer of the last 60 years—turned 70 on May 13.
For Sergio Mendes, the captivating anniversary show was a chance to look back on the early years of bossa nova and its birthplace.
Pacific Overtures offers a history lesson — but it is an entertaining, moving, thought-provoking, and timely one.
Magos Herrera teamed up with the Brooklyn Rider string quartet to create a collection of music that makes its case for life, love, and liberation through its sheer beauty.
Why this team up? Other than that both Luciana Souza and the Yellowjackets have been nominated for multiple Grammys?
The SpeakEasy Stage production is intimate and emotionally satisfying, highlighting the musical’s strengths — its sharply witty book, memorable songs, and heartbreaking characters.
With this album, Luciana Souza has created her own indelible “book” of songs that ache and celebrate, muse and regret, dream and mourn.
A delicious, comforting gumbo of a Wiz with all the right ingredients for an upbeat, entertaining evening (or afternoon) at the theater.
In the end, Jagged Little Pill manages to spotlight multiple modern problems while making us care about its characters.
Kate McGarry’s latest release is a gorgeous seminar on the many facets of love.