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Let’s start with the title of this piece, because it really says it all. American Idiot is f*cking amazing. And what’s odd about it is I am not even sure what it is. 1,395 more words
Musicals, to most, are a gamble. You will either love them or hate them, there is truly no in-between. One of those shows that left me truly on the edge of decision was one of the new offerings from the Spring 2015 season: … 742 more words
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI
The boys will be back in town soon.
“Jersey Boys,” the Tony Award-gobbling musical that uses northern charm and a barrel of hits to tell the underdog story of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons (and much better than the movie version, might we add), returns to the Fox Theatre Oct. 172 more words
At some point, a musical theater writer will likely drift towards source material that is not within the public domain. I’ve been lucky with a lot of the material I’ve worked with: Ernest Hemingway is a public figure and life stories are not copyrighted, and the author of ‘American Jews and America’s Game’ approached me personally about adapting his show. 366 more words