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Review: Spring Awakening

In many ways this is better than the original production, something that’s always good to hear about a revival. Above all, director Michael Arden and his team have made sure this tale of teenagers discovering their sexuality in hyper-repressed 1891 Germany is much more clearly told and played than before. 223 more words


What Fun Home taught me about being gay

When I was coming out 10 plus years ago, I was pretty sure I was doing it all wrong. Not so much the coming out part, but the being gay part. 324 more words


Clive Owen Leads Electric Broadway Revival Of Pinter's 'Old Times' - Review

Maybe Harold Pinter was yanking the actor’s chain when he told him to “just do it,” rather than fret about what Old Times meant. If the famously mysterious playwright did know, he wasn’t about to share the intelligence with some… 464 more words

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Something Rotten!

Something Rotten! is a musical comedy that is set in 1595 in South London. The story is about Nick and Nigel, two brothers who are struggling to find success in theater while competing with their contemporary William Shakespeare.  149 more words


Beauty and the Beast

My friend Em and I bought tickets to Beauty and the Beast months ago.  I’d been looking forward to it, but in a vague, “that’s happening eventually I guess” kind of way but, all of a sudden on Saturday…the day was here. 449 more words

Michael J Scott: Broadway mainstay and 'Rotten' showstopper

Michael James Scott knows what it is to build a new show for Broadway. After being in the original companies of All Shook Up, The Pirate Queen, the revival of Hair, Elf, The Book of Mormon and Aladdin, this season he took on the role of the Minstrel in the new Broadway hit, Something Rotten. 555 more words