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Review: Lerner & Loewe's Golden 'Brigadoon' With Kelli O'Hara and Aasif Mandvi

I won’t bore you with the history of Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner’s first hit, 1947’s Brigadoon, and its ranking in the Golden Age of Goofy Musicals; you either grew up with Vincente Minnelli’s 1954 film (Gene Kelly, Van Johnson, Cyd Charisse) and the cast albums of the original and the many revivals, or you didn’t. 622 more words

Breaking News

How is it mid-November already?

Is it just me, or does the time between the end of August and Thanksgiving go by in about 10 minutes? I swear we were just getting back from our summer holiday, and now I’m looking at the massive amount of Christmas presents I’ve purchased over the past few weeks and am wondering how I’m going to fit them all in my suitcase when I head back to the U.S. 532 more words


Cosmic Comedy

The Leonid cosmic show is peaking this weekend. Likely obscured by clouds and rain in NYC. But. Just down the road Meteor Shower is in previews on Broadway. 86 more words


Arabian Nights: A Reflection

Last weekend, Calvin Theatre Company, of which I am a part, finished their run on Arabian Nights as adapted by Dominic Cooke. Being a member of the cast was an experience that I will never forget. 297 more words


Love's Labour's Lost

In celebration of a successful performance of Arabian Nights by the Calvin Theatre Company, here I present a recording of a previous show: Shakespeare’s “Love’s Labour’s Lost.”