September Show? Please vote.

I am torn between two diametrically opposed shows…  A Dolls House, Part 2 – an angsty play about a marriage gone awry with some of Broadway’s finest on stage to tell the story. OR Bandstand a big band, rollicking musical starring Ohio boy and future SUPER star: Corey Cott. Kind of a left brain or […]

Bette Midler glowin’ and crowin’ and goin’ strong in Hello Dolly

Hello Dolly had absolutely nothing in common with the play Sweat. Instead of soot and sweat, we got sparkles, feathers, and fancy hats. In place of a gritty bar, we were transported to the red velvet bastion of The Harmonia Gardens. Heated clashes were cast aside for outsize song and dance numbers. And a talented ensemble was replaced with a 5’1″, 71 year old, one woman phenom casting her spell on most every member of the audience…

1st Tuesday of the Month Theater Club

I live in NYC. Like many, however I was turning my back on one of the best reason to live here: easy access to amazing live theater. Realizing my love of the theater was not concomitant with my attendance I decided to make a change. Thus introducing: the First Tuesday of the Month Theater Group to a wide swath of friends and acquaintances…

The Great Comet or Not?

When I go to the theater I am always prepared to fall in love with the show. I am an easy mark – eyes wide and heart open ready to be smitten by a stand out solo or an eye catching and ear pleasing song and dance number. Such is the case when I sat in my seat for my date last night with Natasha, Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812…