Isn’t it Romantic? Written and directed by David Hunter Koch Music Direction by William Knowles Produced by MetroStage Reviewed by Debbie Minter Jackson No one this side of the Blue Note or the Algonquin Hotel delivers a silver-plated lyric like Jimi Ray Malary. Just as in prior MetroStage hits, Ellington: The Life and Music of […]
Archives for November 25, 2008
Faith Prince and Richard Thomas
The two actors talk about Terrence McNally’s new play Unusual Acts of Devotion by Joel Markowitz It was closing weekend of a play which Broadway stars Faith Prince and Richard Thomas have both opened and continued working on during its five week premiere at the Philadelphia Theatre Company. You can feel their deep friendship for […]
Forbidden Broadway and The Seagull
by Richard Seff Gerard Alessandrini, creator, writer and director of the Forbidden Broadway series of small revues designed to skewer the Broadway of its current season, has announced that the series will end. The latest, called Forbidden Broadway Goes to Rehab, will be the last. If this turns out to be true, it’s good to […]
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