In defense of Broadway composer Frank Wildhorn OK – Now you can be the judge. I think Frank Wildhorn and Don Black wrote a great score for Bonnie & Clyde. Some of the most influential critics don’t. Listen and make up your own mind.
Archives for May 8, 2012
Interested in what goes on in the mind of a Broadway actor? Here’s your chance for a sneak peak at the inner workings of theatrical performance—how an actor goes from good to great. Brooks Ashmanskas (John Adams in 1776 at Ford’s Theatre) will present a special master class on Saturday, May 12 from 11am to […]
Howard County’s Rep Stage will celebrate its 20th year by exploring the 20th century, manipulating time through a four-play season which takes us from somber ghost story to high-octane farce.
Who says you can’t make The Shrew work? I did. And I’ll eat my hat. The last time I had seen a truly stunning production of The Taming of the Shrew was in New York’s Central Park, a Joe Papp production, with Meryl Streep and Raul Julia in the leads. Theirs was a true match. And […]