Mona Golabek has adapted The Pianist of Willesden Lane from her book The Children of Willesden Lane, written with Lee Cohen and performs it alone on stage. Golabek’s presence as she recalls the life of her mother, Lisa Jura, is warm, inviting, and easy-going.
Archives for September 18, 2018
How do we honor our past without closing doors to the future? What do we owe our parents and grandparents, when weighed against the prospects of our children and their children?
Eye rolling and harrumphing over Broadway musical writers being out of ideas feels pretty banal at this stage in the game. It’s no secret that creators of musical theater are relying more than ever on movie and television adaptations (right now, two Disney movies, a Jack Black vehicle, an underwater cartoon series and a heartwarming […]