Spiro Veloudos and his talented cast has given us an evening in the theater when all that makes us human comes to the fore.
If Gypsy is one of your favorite musicals, chances are you’ll find Lyric Stage’s production of the admired show to be a terrific time.
The revue is a moving and hilarious mixture of reminiscences and stories about Sondheim’s life and a well-chosen sampler of his songs.
The Lyric Stage Company’s entertaining production of this Tony-winner for best musical, book, and score hits most of the right noirish notes.
Leigh Barrett and her collaborators sing and act beautifully, and they are obviously having a great deal of fun performing Richard Maltby Jr. and David Shire’s heartfelt songs about the trials and transitions of middle age.
While this revue of Kander and Ebb tunes doesn’t have a plot, much dialogue, or even named characters, it does contain stories, funny and touching vignettes of ordinary lives.