A new stream of shows always starts previews in late February/March, and there are several shows that I’m particularly looking forward to seeing.
1. Bandstand 407 more words
An experienced aviator and business leader, Aubrey Gladstone serves as the president of Gladstone Consulting and as a commercial pilot with National Jet Corp. Outside of the professional environment, Aubrey Gladstone and Marianne Gladstone are avid theatergoers and a close family friend of the Broadway actor… 111 more words
What would I do if I hadn’t loved Falsettos? From screaming every time they announced more casting, to staying up late and crying watching the live stream of the cast hearing the cast album for the first time ever, to the bitter-sweet feeling I have right now, this beautiful show has completed its limited engagement at the Walter Kerr theatre. 688 more words
The Lincoln Center revival began previews on September 29th and runs through January 8th. 137 more words
The best theater is thought-provoking. Sure, there are escapist musicals which we all need (now more than ever). But walking out of a theater, whether you’ve been laughing or crying, humming tunes or remembering a particular phrase, the show and performances stick with you, challenge you and leave a lasting impression — that is more than worth the (rising) cost of admission. 340 more words
By Karen Isaacs
Falsettos which is now being revived on Broadway at the Walter Kerr Theater, is a show that has a devoted cult following. The musical by James Lapine (book) and William Finn (music, lyrics and book) began life as two one-act musicals dealing with the same set of characters: Marvin, Whizzer, Jason, Mendel and Trina. 775 more words