Stop the world, I wanna get on!
If you grew up in the Disney generation as I did, you will immediately recognize the voices of the main actors from this show: Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick. 421 more words
There are countless groups who are certain to be offended by Mel Brooks’ musical version of The Producers. There are those who didn’t like Brooks’ initial 1968 film, those who thought his Broadway version was a bad idea, and those who will think the new, twice-removed film version is even worse. 379 more words
Better on angels than it is on America, Marianne Elliott’s grand revival of “Angels in America” brings Tony Kushner’s sprawling fantasia back to London’s National Theater 25 years after its first outing here. 1,167 more words
Binge watching box sets is the way many of us now watch television programmes, but does the ritual of chopping up a story into 45 minute episodes translate when it comes to a stage production? 516 more words
It would have taken a hurricane, the catastrophic failure of the London Underground, and probably a tidal wave to stop me getting to Angels in America. 2,912 more words