Broadway State of Mind

Last night over dinner, before the Tony’s (my Super Bowl),  my husband made a casual, but valid, query.  He wondered out loud why this awards show receives prime time coverage when the Broadway audience is on the narrow side.  I cocked my head a bit and gave some garbled answer as to the importance of bringing the theatrical arts into the living rooms of America, but I was off the mark, way off the mark, with my answer….

Grab Your Group and GO vs. Grab Your Group and WAIT

The group on stage at the Iceman Cometh led me to contemplate what it means when I say “Grab Your Group and GO”. The characters in this Eugene O’Neill play represent the antithesis of grabbing your group and going. This is a group that gathers and stays and waits…

Grab Your Ingredients and MAKE this Salad

Gonna kick this post off with two words: you’re welcome.  You’re welcome for introducing you to your new go to group salad. You’re welcome for the opportunity to be the star of your next potluck show. You’re welcome for connecting ​you to a salad that is easy to make, can be made in advance and is a guaranteed crowd pleaser…

Gussy up your Group and Go be AMAZED by Steve Cohen’s Chamber Magic

I first caught wind of Steve Cohen’s Chamber Magic when I stumbled across a group photo of a friend’s family at the show on social media.  The family looked so lovely all gussied up for the event and my friend’s words about the event were super complimentary. I was sold and immediately bought tickets, read on to find out why you should too…

Grab your Nice Group and GO SEE Mean Girls on Broadway

Regina George (aka Taylor Louderman) can sing.  And rock a fat suit.  And command a stage.  And she can be really, really mean, which was her job as head Plastic.  I loved her.  I loved her honesty, her fearless nature and her confidence.  And when her sound system went kaput towards the end of the show I loved her even more…