Reflections

Broadway

Grab Your Group & GO – in OHIO!

In July I learned that Rob McClure, the acting, voice impersonation and shape shifting genius that originated the ambitious role of Mrs. Doubtfire on Broadway was taking Mrs. Doubtfire, a show I think should have been long running on Broadway, ON A NATIONAL TOUR. After some quick research yielded this tour included my hometown of Cleveland, made a note to reach out to Playhouse Square in August to what else? Bring a group!

Oui, Oui, Titanique @ The Asylum! GO!

Last week I busted downtown with a dedicated group of multi generational theater fans where we ended up LOL’ing – to the point of tears – our way through Titanique in the teeny dank and dark tiny basement theater of The Asylum…

One of My Favorite Things: soft at the MCC Theater

When it comes to this theater group, I have so many favorite things. Most of my favorite things have to do with people interaction and the show going experiences, but the exercise of picking a show is also one of my favorite things. I really love unearthing and selecting shows that the group might not otherwise see or hear about, like soft @ the MCC…

Hamlet: A Most Definite TO BE Experience

The second Robert Icke’s modern, shiny, and multi sensory interpretation of Hamlet began I was enthralled and swept into the show from the very first minute to the last…

Grab Your Group & GO SEE Paradise Square!

I totally get why the Tony voters lavished Paradise Square with all sorts of voting love. We had a small, but committed frequent flyer group to see it last week and what a great experience it was…

Space Dogs – Grab Your Group & GO!

If you were to walk a single city block with me you would quickly observe (and perhaps be slightly annoyed) by my avid (rabid?) appreciation for the creatures on this earth that we call canines. Which is why when on the quest for off-Broadway offerings I dropped everything I was doing to get the group to Space Dogs…

New York City – So Absolutely Not Dead

I wonder what all of those people who wrote all of those doom and gloom articles and posts about New York City being dead are doing these days? Writing retractions? Finding some other negativity to spew into the world? Who, in their right mind, would bet against this town that is home to the scrappiest, most resourceful, and creative individuals that can be amassed in one place?

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