April 2011

The Reviews for The People in the Picture are in…

April 29, 2011 // 0 Comments

NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW: “When Donna Murphy time travels, she packs light. A pair of glasses, a shawl, maybe some lipstick: that’s all this chameleon actress requires to step over the chasm that divides two chapters of one woman’s life in “The People in the Picture,” a sincere and queasy new musical about mother love, Yiddish theater and the [...]

The Reviews for Baby It’s You are In…

April 28, 2011 // 0 Comments

NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW: “Mama said there’ll be shows like this. But she didn’t tell me there would be quite so many, or that any one of them could be this dismal.” Click here to read the full “Baby It’s You” review. ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY REVIEW: “It is almost eerily fitting that Baby It’s You should be playing at [...]

The Reviews for Sister Act are In…

April 21, 2011 // 2 Comments

NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW: “When the wimples start quivering, the pinched mouths break into sunbeam smiles, and the nuns start rocking to raise the Gothic rafters, all’s right in the kingdom of musical comedy at “Sister Act.” Who could resist the vision of a stage full of saintly sisters flaring their gams in unison like the Rockettes, or swiveling [...]

The Reviews for Wonderland are in…

April 18, 2011 // 1 Comment

NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW: “If only little Alice, dozing away on the riverbank before sliding down the rabbit hole, had an inkling of the deeper import of the zany adventures that were to come. All those talking animals, querulous playing cards and animated chess pieces were not just peculiar, slightly menacing playmates, according to the new Broadway [...]

The Reviews for Catch Me If You Can are In…

April 11, 2011 // 2 Comments

NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW “As befits a lad of the 1960s with a talent for smooth come-ons, Frank Abagnale Jr. prefaces the story of his life with the promise that it will have “more curves than a Playboy bunny.” But as presented in the new musical “Catch Me if You Can,” which opened Sunday night at the Neil Simon Theater, this portrait of the con [...]

The Reviews for Anything Goes are in…

April 9, 2011 // 0 Comments

NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW “Who needs a brass section when you’ve got Sutton Foster? As the nightclub evangelist Reno Sweeney in the zesty new revival of “Anything Goes,” which opened on Thursday night at the Stephen Sondheim Theater, Ms. Foster has the voice of a trumpet and a big, gleaming presence that floods the house. When she leads the [...]

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