You know we have come a long way when, just like everyone else, transsexuals can have their own mediocre musical.
In the theater, sentiment must be earned – Violet is moving and likable, but its pathos is only skin deep.
This show’s eclectic score is more progressive than what is typical of our determinedly conservative modern musical theater genre.
Simplicity is the key to director Scott Edmiston’s passionate vision for this musical.
A friendly energy runs through the heart of The Road to Where, a tangible and inviting companionship.
A few quibbles aside, the musical Waitress plays and sounds like it’s close to ready for the Broadway big time.
One of Unknown Soldier’s powerful choices is that its central characters are not your standard young lovers.
If you revel in witty lyrics and soaring melodies as I do, you will love this Man of La Mancha
The problem is that John August’s book for the musical lacks most of what made his screenplay for the 2003 film so emotionally resonant for so many.
Andrew Barbato’s play turns the Dormouse, the White Queen, and even the Red Queen (“Off with their heads!”) into nurturing Montessori teachers, concerned with comforting and reassuring an upset Alice.