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Imelda Staunton is back on stage

Not once, but twice this year will theatregoers have the chance to witness one of the finest actors ever to tread the boards.

Imelda Staunton… 283 more words

Review: "Into the Woods" at the Golden Gate Theatre (tour)

Fiasco’s production of Into the Woods has no business performing in the Golden Gate Theatre’s 2,297-seat auditorium. This production, which is presented in the Paul Sills’ Story Theatre… 625 more words


Ericaism: I Got Issues [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

In this edition of the Ericaism, Erica Campbell talks about something a lot of women struggle with; their body image. She opens up about her own struggle with body image, and how she uses her faith and her own actions to work through that. 145 more words

Get Up!

Processional: oohs and ahhs

Currently, in New York, you can see the two Sondheim-composed shows I most enjoy, Sweeney Todd and Sunday in the Park With George. While I haven’t caught these particular revivals, I’ve seen other revivals, as well as the Broadway originals, and this year I’m hell-bent on saying something positive about Sondheim for a change. 1,369 more words

Writers I Admire

Sunday in the Park With George

Hudson Theatre, New York
2017-03-10 • 20:00

In October 2016, New York City Center presented a few performances of a concert version of Sunday in the Park With George, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Annaleigh Ashford. 412 more words

Sunday in the Park with George

The Pulitzer Prize winning Sunday in the Park with George is an expertly crafted musical. That isn’t a revelation. However, the limited-run engagement starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Annaleigh Ashford playing at the Hudson Theater feels like one. 306 more words


Anyone Can Whistle, Union Theatre, 2017

Anyone Can Whistle at the Union Theatre is an ebullient production of a lesser known Sondheim musical. Originally performed over 50 years ago on Broadway, it is certainly one of his shows that deserves a second hearing. 188 more words