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You remember that trailer, right? The one that instantly set the Internet a’blaze with gasps of horror, hilarious memes and near-unanimous “what were they THINKING?!?!”s as the world caught its first …
Denzel Washington takes the directorial reigns in the big screen adaptation of playwright August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning tale of an African-American couple in 1950s Pittsburgh. Denzel knows th…
Filmed in March 2010 at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City, the concert is hosted by David Hyde Pierce with Sondheim’s longtime collaborator Paul Gemignani conducting the New York Ph…
Based on the 1987 Tony-nominated Broadway musical of the same name, Into the Woods shows what could happen if you threw a bunch of fairy tale characters together in the same story and watched as their…
Clint Eastwood has directed so many fine films, one after another, that it comes as a surprise that his film adaptation of the hit Broadway musical Jersey Boys is such a miss. It is not a fault of the…
Now, I've never seen A Chorus Line in any incarnation. My only familiarity with it is the unavoidable finale song "One" ("... singular sensation! Every little step she takes!" Go on, sing along!). It …
August: Osage County features its own special sort of effed up family. Matriarch Violet (Meryl Streep) is a withering mean old biddy. Violet has been diagnosed with mouth cancer—which is a little bit …
Unlike many of my friends, I am not a Broadway fiend. I had no reference to the original Broadway production of Sweeney Todd by Stephen Sondheim in my head when I sat down in the theater. Heck, afterw…
Lovers of Alain Boubil and Claude-Michel Schonberg’s musical masterpiece will delight in the nearly 100-page book that includes insightful details, behind-the-scenes photos and 20 pieces of removable …
First things first. Nothing will ever compare to the experience of seeing RENT live on stage. If you were lucky enough to see the revolutionary musical at the Nederlander Theatre on Broadway or on tou…
As a Les Miz virgin – I’d never read the novel nor seen a theatrical production – I went in blind. I knew the basics of the story, and was ready to have my mind blown by what the film’s trailer had in…
I remember trying to watch Little Shop of Horrors several times as a kid, and every time I would wind up completely confused, lose interest, and drift. Years later I worked in a video store with a gir…
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