The Reviews for SHE LOVES ME Are In…

She Loves Me opened and the critics couldn't love it more. This unassuming 1963 musical comedy about the most epic of pursuits for ordinary folks - the search for true love - is musical theatre at its finest. First of all, the Roundabout production has a masterpiece to work from, with a book by Joe…

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The Reviews for Violet are in…

The reviews are in, and the critics love Violet and Sutton Foster, version 2.0.  In many ways, Violet and Ms. Foster is an unlikely pair -- a deeply emotional musical about a farm girl with a disfigured face doesn't typically call for a twirling, big-grin, big-Broadway star.  In this story, though, Ms. Foster reveals an ability to…

The Reviews for The Mystery of Edwin Drood are In…

The word is out -- The Mystery of Edwin Drood is a raucous good time, even if it does exchange sincerity for camp. The production features fully committed and highly entertaining performances from most of the cast, most notably Chita Rivera as Princess Puffer and Jim Norton as the MC.  Most known for letting its…

The Reviews for Anything Goes are in…

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.…

The reviews for Everyday Rapture are in …

Nearly every critic for Everyday Rapture walked away from the show last night with a large smile plastered across his or her face. In this one-woman showcase, which was a last minute replacement for Lips Together, Teeth Apart, Sherie Rene Scott explodes with energy, charisma, humor and spectacular vocals. The last show to open in…