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Revival of “Falsettos” – Packs an Emotional Punch for Fans of the Show

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

Reviews

#Broadway: What I Saw And Loved November 2016

I got to New York City a few times a year (lucky me!) to get last minute tickets to however many shows I can in whatever time I have. 301 more words

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The Reviews for FALSETTOS are In...

The reviews for Falsettos are in, and the revival of the heart-breaking 1992 musical is as riveting and powerful as the original. Featuring music and lyrics by William Finn and direction by co-book writer James Lapine, the production boasts refined heart – it pulls the right strings at the right moments for maximum emotional potency. 376 more words

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Broadway Review: 'Falsettos'

William Finn and James Lapine were ahead of the curve when they wrote a trilogy of plays about a married man, his family, and his gay lover in the age of AIDS. 401 more words

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Andrew Rannells And Christian Borle Are Tender, If Unlikely, Lovers In 'Falsettos' Revival - Review

You undoubtedly know their names and faces: Andrew Rannells plays Lena Dunham’s’ gay confidante Elijah in HBO’s Girls. Christian Borle played the depressive composer Tom Levitt on NBC’s… 989 more words

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Tick, Tick...Borle!

It shouldn’t surprise you to learn that Christian Borle’s first career calling—before he discovered acting (and, more importantly, audiences)—was to be a cartoonist.

Borle at his bravest and best is Borle at his broadest—a daring high-wire act of comedy. 1,844 more words

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'Something Rotten!' Sets Broadway Closing Date

Something Rotten!, a broad musical comedy that combined a Shakespeare-era story with a contemporary sensibility that appealed to some theatergoers but left others, including some critics, cold, will close January 1, 2017 after 742 performances at the St. 233 more words

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