In lieu of the recent upset over the Wiz….??
But wait…She gets better!
It’s amazing that this was not considered unusual in 1938. Two years before she became an immortal megastar with… 272 more words
Welcome to a new Musical Theatre Monday and the continuation of our six week series on the yet-to-be covered ’30s scores of Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, whose work from both the ’20s and ’40s has been well represented here. 648 more words
My guess is I would not be alone thinking “My Funny Valentine” has something to do with being someone’s Valentine. But that would be wrong. 204 more words
Director Sarah Faye Bernstein produced a one-week run of a terrific play (the title of which was all-but-undisclosed) in her apartment, with superb performances from Anjela Magpantay, Carmine Santavenere, and Jamie Taylor, and excellent technical work by Daniel O’Shea, Annie Therrien-Boulos, Nancy Tam, and Clinton Ackerman. 71 more words