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Robert Cushman: Moss Hart’s Light Up the Sky makes a minor impression at Shaw

The final three openings at this year’s Shaw Festival are all, to some degree, plays about plays. We have The Divine, in which an aspiring dramatist sets about writing a play for a famous actress, a play that takes shape before our eyes. 1,009 more words

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Review - Face the Music - All Star Productions at Old Rose and Crown

I wear my heart on my sleeve, and if we’re talking musical theater, that heart clearly reads “GIVE ME THAT OLD TIME MUSIC.” I like seeing shows that leave me walking out the door singing a (newly learned) melody, and it’s all the better if there’s a tap dance number (or three) to lift my spirits during the show. 496 more words

Small is beautiful in first-class fringe revival

Face The Music – All Star Productions @ Ye Olde Rose and Crown, until 03 July 2015 (tickets)

Sometimes, through no fault of their own, theatres are so indelibly linked with a traumatic experience that all plays there become tarred by association. 457 more words

Theatre Review

Face the Music

All Star Productions based at Ye Olde Rose and Crown in Walthamstow are known for their productions of forgotten classics, and Face the Music, an early work written by Irving Berlin and Moss Hart, is one such. 152 more words


What Is This Thing Called Cole? - FORGOTTEN PORTER (V)

Welcome to a new Musical Theatre Monday and the continuation of our six-week series on Cole Porter musicals that we’ve yet to cover here on  438 more words


Once in a Lifetime (BBC-WNET, 1988)

The sixth and final screening in our Classics on TV: Great American Playwrights season at BFI Southbank this month is of the fast-paced and sparkling comedy… 1,071 more words


From Another Era, a Message for Our Time

“What makes you think you’re such a superior human being? Your money? If you do, you’re a dull-witted fool, Mr. Kirby. And a poor one at that.” 554 more words

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