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- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - "The Yellow Wood" - 7/29/10
... Michelle Elliott (book and lyrics) and Danny Larsen (music and lyrics) which first played in a staged reading at Village theatre two summers ago. But Brandon Ivie's capable and sometimes electric direction and musical staging, and an absolu ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - "Into the Woods" - 5/3/11
... Seattle Musical Theatre ventures Into the Woods for Season Closer Julie Drummond Revisiting a show they had great success with back in the early '90s (when the company was still known as Civic Light Opera) Seattle Musical Theatre seems destined to have a popular ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - "13 The Musical" and Jason Robert Brown in Concert - 12/13/11
... Concert Also see David's review of Ham for the Holidays Broadway Bound is but one of many fine training programs for youth in theatre in the greater Seattle area, but the company definitely scored this past weekend, with the support of ACT Theatre, in presenting ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - "Les Misérables" - 11/13/13
... and Herbert Kretzmer's adaptation of Victor Hugo's Les Misérables was done just a few months back by Seattle's Balagan Theatre, and currently there are a South End production at Tacoma Musical Playhouse, and the Village Theatre's big, traditional and accomplished st ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - "Big River - 12/11/02
... Willows Theatre Presenting A Rousing Production Of Roger Miller’s Big River Also see Richard's review of Too Many Girls The Willows Theatre Company is closing their 2002 season with the holiday revival of Roger Miller’s 1985 Tony Award winning musical Big River ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - "Me and My Girl" - 9/16/03
... Me and My Girl is a Happy Show at Marin Theatre Also see Richard's review of Nickel and Dimed The Marin Theatre Company again teams up with Allegro Theatre Group to present the grand old musical of 1937, Me and My Girl. The tuneful musical score comes from Noel Gay ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - "After the Fall - 4/26/04
... Fall Also see Richard's reviews of Antigone Falun Gong and The Mystery of Irma Vep Rachel Klyce and Chris Phillips Actors Theatre of San Francisco, our cutting edge theatre group, is reviving Arthur Miller's "most mature play," After the Fall. I have always had ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - "The Underpants" - 7/7/04
... review of The Good Body and Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story Theo Maske (background) and Jarion Monroe The San Jose Repertory Theatre, in association with the Arizona Theatre Company, is presenting Steve Martin's adaptation of Carl Sternheim's classic 1910 German ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - "Sweeney Todd" - 3/3/05
... A Creative Production of Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd by Foothill Music Theatre Also see Richard's reviews of A Chorus Line and Aida Diana Torres Koss and James Monroe Iglehart The multi-award winning Foothill Music Theatre is currently presenting an inventive ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - "Sexual Perversity In Chicago" - 1/29/06
... Perversity In Chicago Also see Richard's review of Pirates of Penzance Greth Saxe and David Jenkins American Conservatory Theatre is presenting David Mamet's Sexual Perversity In Chicago at the Geary Theatre through February 5th. This frank comedy of '70s sexual ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - "Cats" - 3/3/06
... review of My Fair Lady Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats has returned to San Francisco for a limited two week run at the Orpheum Theatre, billed as the 25th Anniversary Tour. It's a scaled down version of the musical event I have seen many times. This marks my twelfth time ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - The Rivals - 4/13/06
... Brinsley Sheridan's restoration classic The Rivals is being presented by the American Conservatory Theater at the Geary Theatre through April 23rd. This is a lovely stylish production with some of the Bay Area's top comic players playing some of the most famous ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - Small Tragedy - 5/12/06
... Also see Richard's reviews of OSF Part 1 and OSF Part 2 Mark Anderson Phillips, Amy Resnick and Matteo Troncone Aurora Theatre Company is presenting the West Coast premiere of Craig Lucas's Small Tragedy, winner of the 2004 OBIE award for Best New American Play. ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - Death in Venice - 9/20/06
... drama Death In Venice to the Zeum Theater, running through September 24. This is a co-production of American Conservatory Theatre and Theatre Rhinoceros. The spiritual nature of beauty in its dual power to enrapture and destroy is explored in this production, based ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - "2007 Oregon Shakespeare Festival (Part 1)" - 6/1/07
... 2007 Oregon Shakespeare Festival (Part 1) The current season of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland is drawing theatre buffs from not only the west coast but other states as well. During its eight-month season, the company is presenting 11 plays - four by ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - "My Mother's Italian ...", "Man of La Mancha" and "A Streetcar Named Desire"- 7/19/07
... Solomon is presenting his one-man show My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish & I'm in Therapy at the Marines Memorial Theatre. He comes directly from the Off-Broadway production where his stand-in is currently holding forth. The 90-minute shtick takes place in a ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - "Avenue Q" "The Triumph of Love" "Angel Face" - 8/17/07
... musical, Avenue Q, has finally come to San Francisco. I first saw the Muppet-style mix of humans and puppets at the Golden Theatre in New York in 2004. After anticipating a successful touring version, I was stunned when it was announced that Las Vegas had paid for ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - No Child, The Ladies of the Camellias and Peddling Rainbows - 5/28/08
... Camellias and Peddling Rainbows The Indefatigable Nilaja Sun is Fantastic in No Child Nilaja Sun The Berkeley Repertory Theatre is currently presenting Nilaja Sun in No Child. This talented artist has written about the peculiar world of a public school in the Bronx ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - "Distracted, Miss Julie" and "The Homecoming" - 5/4/09
... Distracted, Miss Julie and The Homecoming A Provocative and Spiffy Production of Lisa Loomer's Distracted Gabriel Hoffman and Rebecca Dines TheatreWorks recently presented Lisa Loomer's Distracted, with a lot of bells and whistles for this intimate play about a ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - "Twelfth Night or All You Need Is Love," "Pearls Over Shanghai" and "Putting It Together" - 8/15/09
... Twelfth Night or All You Need Is Love, Pearls Over Shanghai and Putting It Together Shakespeare Meets the Beatles in Twelfth Night or All You Need Is Love Marin Shakespeare is presenting the world premiere of a hip new show called Twelfth Night or All You Need Is ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - "Mrs. Warren's Profession," "Piaf: Love Conquers All" and "Cowardly Things" - 7/31/10
... Mrs. Warren's Profession, Piaf: Love Conquers All and Cowardly Things A Bold Production Of Mrs. Warren's Profession California Shakespeare Company is presenting an admirable production of George Bernard Shaw's Mrs. Warren Profession through August 1 at their ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: San Francisco - "Hedda Gabler,: Shocktoberfest!! 2010 and "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" - 11/6/10
... on the Way to the Forum Off Broadway West Production of Hedda Gabler Jocelyn Stringer and Adam Simpson Off Broadway West Theatre Company is presenting Henrik Ibsen's Hedda Gabler through November 13th at the Phoenix Theatre. Stella Adler called Hedda Gabler the ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: Los Angeles - "Interview with Robert Picardo" - 5/27/02
... Interview with Robert Picardo by Matthew Murray Though Robert Picardo, is perhaps best known for his television work on series like The Wonder Years, China Beach, and Star Trek: Voyager, he's no stranger to the stage, having appeared on Broadway in plays like ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews: Los Angeles - "Man of La Mancha" - 1/24/03
... Man of La Mancha With Man of La Mancha, the Arroyo Repertory Theatre attempts to take a step forward into performing musicals, and ends up taking a step back. While Arroyo Rep's ambition is admirable, its production is at best uneven, and at worst amateurish. The ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - Washington, D.C. - The Syringa Tree - 2/25/04
... The Syringa Tree Also see Tracy's review of Filler Up Billed as a “special event,” Studio Theatre’s most recent offering is the Pamela Gien play, The Syringa Tree. The Obie Award winning Off-Broadway play is a solo piece that highlights the lives of a young South ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - Washington, D.C. - Movin' Out - 11/25/04
... Movin’ Out Also see Tracy's review of Carousel Ron Todorowski National Theatre is giving Washingtonians a wonderful holiday gift this year in the form of its latest booking - Movin’ Out. The brainchild of the legendary Twyla Tharp, Movin’ Out combines Tharp’s ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - Washington, D.C. - Moby Dick Rehearsed - 3/31/05
... Moby Dick Rehearsed Charles Matheny American Century Theatre is showcasing pure imagination in its current production of Moby Dick Rehearsed, Orson Welles’ 1955 stage adaptation of the classic novel by Herman Melville. Welles was a magician, literally as a hobby in ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - Washington, D.C. - An Enemy of the People - 9/13/06
... s review of MacBird! and In the Mood In honor of the centennial year of Henrik Ibsen's death, Washington's Shakespeare Theatre Company is presenting the second Washington area production of An Enemy of the People in two months. This production of the 1882 play is ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - Washington, D.C. - "Side by Side by Sondheim" 5/12/11
... Side by Side by Sondheim Also see Susan's review of Cyrano Matthew Scott, Nancy Anderson and Sherri L. Edelen When Side by Side by Sondheim opened on Broadway in 1977, Stephen Sondheim was not yet the musical theater eminence he is today, although he had already ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - Washington, D.C. - "Amadeus" 5/23/11
... language, and its intellectual and emotional concerns are as timely as ever in the glorious production now at Round House Theatre in Bethesda, Maryland. Shaffer's fantasia on musical history is not a true story, but it conveys a deeper truth through its words and ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - Washington, D.C. - "The Piano Lesson" 5/21/14
... The Piano Lesson Olney Theatre Center Jessica Frances Dukes and Nicole Wildy The elegant production of The Piano Lesson currently at the Olney Theatre Center in the Maryland suburbs of Washington marks the first time in its 76-year history that the theater has ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - Washington, D.C. - "Disney's The Little Mermaid" 11/17/14
... Disney's The Little Mermaid Olney Theatre Center Also see Susan's reviews of Bad Jews and Fiddler on the Roof Lara Zinn and Donna Migliaccio Olney Theatre Center, in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, is presenting the area premiere of Disney's The Little Mermaid. ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - Washington, D.C. - "Freedom's Song: Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War" 3/22/15
... Freedom's Song: Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War Ford's Theatre Also see Susan's review of The Originalist and Laugh Cast Ford's Theatre continues its commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War, and the subsequent assassination of Abraham ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - Washington, D.C. - "Dogfight" 8/27/15
... Dogfight The Keegan Theatre The Keegan Theatre in Washington and directors Christina A. Coakley and Michael Innocenti have staged a gentle but moving production of the musical Dogfight in its beautifully renovated space, centering on a luminous performance by ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - "Last of the Boys" - 10/1/05
... Last of the Boys by Steven Dietz Steppenwolf Theatre Company John Judd and Tracy Letts Will the baby boomers ever let go of the ‘60s? It’s a question frequently asked by those of other generations. The answer in a word is no, and Steven Dietz’s new play does much ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - "Mack and Mabel" - 3/23/07
... Mack and Mabel Circle Theatre Also see John's review of Equus Carolyn Brady, Brigitte Ditmars, Jon Steinhagen, Eric Lindahl and Peter Rasey As far as famous flops go, this is one of the most intriguing cases: A show that on paper should have made tons of money for ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - "Into the Woods" 4/18/10
... Into the Woods Porchlight Music Theatre Chicago Also see John's review of Billy Elliot Rachel Quinn and Jeny Wasilewski The show's title pretty much dictates that the set must have woods, but given the importance of a midnight deadline by which a fairy tale baker ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - "The Detective's Wife" 6/5/11
... The Detective's Wife Writers' Theatre Also see John's review of Bug Barbara Robertson With Chicago playwright Keith Huff's A Steady Rain having been produced on Broadway with Hugh Jackman and Daniel Craig in its two roles, there's much interest in his The Detective ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - "Once" 10/13/13
... Once Oriental Theatre Also see John's review of Wrecks Stuart Ward and Dani de Waal Just as its film predecessor showed a whole different way a movie musical could work, the Tony Award-winning Once reshapes our expectations of what a Broadway musical looks and ...
- Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - "Wicked" 11/6/13
... Wicked Oriental Theatre Curt Hansen While Wicked has its fans and its detractors (and you can call me more of a fan than a detractor), they might all agree that, whatever the show's merits are or aren't, the producers are to be praised for keeping the product ...
- Talkin' Broadway Off-Broadway - King Hedley II - 3/11/07
... King Hedley II Theatre Reviews by Matthew Murray Cherise Boothe and Russell Hornsby. Photo by Carol Rosegg. How can any man rule over a wasteland? Surveying the lifeless remains of the Hill District as depicted by August Wilson in King Hedley II, one is reminded ...
- Talkin' Broadway Off-Broadway - American Fiesta - 4/26/07
... American Fiesta Theatre Reviews by Matthew Murray Steven Tomlinson Photo by Carol Rosegg Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Old Ivory. The dynamic Depression dinnerware known as Fiesta originated in 1936 in these striking colors, and stand out yet today as vibrant reminders ...
- Talkin' Broadway Off-Broadway - Trouble: A New Rock Musical - 7/30/11
... Trouble: A New Rock Musical part of the Midtown International Theatre Festival Theatre Review by Matthew Murray As Stephen Sondheim, Michael John LaChiusa, and many others have proven over the last four decades, a concept musical absolutely must have a concept. If ...
- Talkin' Broadway - The Siegel Column "LOL" and Adam Feldman - July 24, 2006
... The Siegel Column Laughing Out Loud at the Midtown Int'l Theatre Fest Theater festivals tend to be judged less by the productions they currently present and more by their previous productions that have gone on to have commercial success. Based on those criteria, ...
- "Howard Katz" Opening Night - March 1, 2007
... The American premiere of Patrick Marber's Howard Katz is currently at the Laura Pels Theatre for Roundabout Theatre Company. The cast includes Alfred Molina, Alvin Epstein, Elizabeth Franz, Jessica Hecht, Euan Morton, Max Baker, Charlotte Parry, Edward Hajjcq and ...
- Talkin' Broadway Broadway Review: Amy's View
... Amy's View Theatre Review by Fergus McGillicuddy New York - April 15, 1999 Amy's View, David Hare's play opening tonight at the Barrymore Theatre, could easily, but for the presence of Judi Dench, be taken for nothing more than a bit of witty and stylish fluff, a ...
- Talkin' Broadway Broadway Review: Saturday Night Fever
... Saturday Night Fever The Musical Theatre Review by Fergus McGillicuddy NEW YORK - October 21, 1999 There actually is an audience for Saturday Night Fever, which opens tonight at the Minskoff Theatre; those experiencing a mid-life crisis involving a bizarre but ...
- Talkin' Broadway Broadway Review: Putting It Together
... Putting It Together Theatre Review by Thomas Burke NEW YORK - November 22, 1999 If you totally ignore the absurd and pretentious premise of Putting it Together, which opened last night at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, that it's "a musical odyssey through the career ...
- Talkin' Broadway Review: Tom Sawyer
... The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Theatre Review by Thomas Burke NEW YORK - April 27, 2001 The Messrs. Ludwig, Schlitz, Marques, and Ellis have achieved the impossible with The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, the new musical which opened at the Minskoff Theatre last night. ...
- Talkin' Broadway Review: 42nd Street
... 42nd Street Theatre Review by Thomas Burke NEW YORK - May 3, 2001 Since Kelsey Grammar’s Macbeth opened this Broadway season, it seems almost fitting that a musical as empty, meaningless, and unengaging as this revival production of 42nd Street, which opened last ...
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