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Tony Awards, 1980, Evita

Well, 1980 was the year that Andrew Lloyd Weber broke open the door and claimed the rest of the decade for himself.   What surprised me about Evita was how close to Jesus Christ Superstar it was.   354 more words

Music

Don't Cry for Me Argentina... Or Maybe You Should

I’m probably about to step into some dangerous territory here, but it has to be done.

Let me first start with this: I love Andrew Lloyd Webber, for the most part. 688 more words

Portrait of the Artist as a Suburban Dad

Earlier this month, a large box was delivered to our front door.  My husband couldn’t have been more excited to see it, and he immediately lugged the thing inside to tear it open.  649 more words

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Musical Revivals on CD

January 2012 CD Review by Joe Stead

How do you succeed in making a classic Broadway musical feel fresh and alive without really trying to be a museum piece?  1,697 more words

Reviews

Girls: S3 E8: Incidentals

This episode begins with one of my least favorite things ever, a girl answering her boyfriends’ phone call with the kind of excitement I have when the pizza arrives. 560 more words

An Evening with Patti LuPone and Mandy Patinkin: That’s All You Need to Know---Theatre

Mandy, Mandy, Mandy…What are you doing on “Homeland?”As my heart raced and then melted after he finished singing Some Enchanted Evening, I couldn’t help but think this. 404 more words

Arts

'Girls' Season 3 Episode 8 Recap: "Incidentals"

Maybe that beach house blowup wasn’t a breaking point after all. Maybe it was a much-needed airing of grievances, dragging this friend group’s tensions up to the surface before they could break it apart. 1,000 more words

Television