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Spotlight On... Star of Follies, Sarah-Marie Maxwell

Last year I saw an outstanding young actor in the ensemble of The Fix at The Union Theatre, Sarah-Marie Maxwell stood out for all of the right reasons and somehow I knew this was just the start of a fantastic career for her. 914 more words


Review: West Side Story

To this day, I have no idea how I’ve managed to not see West Side Story all the way through. I own the 1961 film adaptation but I’ve just never sat down to watch it and when the last UK Tour came around in 2013 I just wasn’t looking out for it. 1,241 more words


5 Favourites: Scary Stories

Carmilla by J. Sheridan Le Fanu (1872)

‘Nevertheless life and death are mysterious states, and we know little of either.’

The story in six words… 492 more words


Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine works and interesting facts:

Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine are known for their amazing work. Sondheim, a lyricist and composer, has worked on an incredible amount of amazing musicals from Sweeney Todd to Into the Woods, to Gypsy, and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. 274 more words

September Review Roundup

After a very busy couple of months, I’m excited to be back with some links to reviews I wrote of performances from the month of September. 91 more words

Who's Easier to Write?

Today’s entry was inspired by the #TweepWriter question for day 14 of October: Which is easier to write, the protagonist or antagonist?

Over the course of my entire series, each of the four MCs has POV chapters, if not entire books (TJ and Whisky, in the beginning, when there IS no one else!). 1,057 more words

stage review: Merrily We Roll Along

On Thursday, I got very exciting news.  I found out that one of the best theatre productions I have had the pleasure of seeing – Maria Friedman’s 2012-13 London production of Sondheim’s… 743 more words