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Disney's 'Frozen', 'Angels In America' & Hal Prince: Gerard & Roth On The New Broadway Season

EXCLUSIVE: Deadline theater critic Jeremy Gerard and Jujamcyn Theatres president Jordan Roth discuss the hottest topics on the Rialto, the only precondition being: no holds barred. 1,632 more words

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Working the Crowd

WEST SIDE STORY

New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham, Friday 25th August, 2017

 

It is a firm fixture of the summer programme: the annual production by Stage Experience involving dozens (and dozens) of kids from the region – and every year I marvel at the process of staging a show of such high quality given a short rehearsal time any hardened professional would baulk at.  459 more words

Theatre Review

The Reviews for PRINCE OF BROADWAY are In...

Prince of Broadway is officially open, and while the critics love Harold Prince and his musicals as much as the next theatregoer, they don’t particularly like this rather aimless revue. 384 more words

On Broadway

Broadway Review: 'Prince Of Broadway' Skims Seven Decades Of A Legendary Career

A jukebox musical whose selections begin with “Hey There” from 1954’s The Pajama Game and end with “Do The Work,” as up-to-the-minute as opening night in 2017, should be catnip to Broadway fans. 1,049 more words

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Broadway Box Office – Hal Prince Is Back Where He Belongs; 'Indecent' Departs With $739K

It was a Hello, I must be going kind of week on Broadway. Prince of Broadway, the long a-borning tour through the C.V. of showman Harold Prince, settled into the Manhattan Theatre Club’s flagship Samuel J. 295 more words

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Listing to starboard

It would be nice to claim that the clinky xylophone-like accompaniment of “Little Things” is meant to reflect the brittle hollowness of Joanne and her fellow sophisticates, but in fact it’s the result of where I wrote it: on the…

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'Candide' Review: The Best of All Hal Prince's Worlds

The fever dream that is Leonard Bernstein’s Candide is born again with the reconstituted New York City Opera, along with the happy delirium that is the hallmark of Harold Prince’s revival of this landmark work. 597 more words

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