No, I'm not thrilled that hard-working people are suddenly out of work. But I happen to be fascinated by Broadway flops, so I've gotten a perverse kick out of their return as a genre. My reasons are as follows:
A crashingly mediocre new musical won’t save Broadway’s soul
Enough with the T-shirts and mugs. How many can one tourist really ever need? I've decided what the following Broadway shows should be really be hawking: Spider-Man: Turn off The Dark: Raid Wicked: Green paint remover Glengarry Glen Ross. Crummy real estate
Since Kathie Lee Gifford has co-written that Scandalous musical about Aimee Semple McPherson, maybe someone should tell her to add the above little tidbit. It was uttered with conviction by none other than the immortal Bette Davis. The two-time Oscar winner is quoted in Elizabeth Fuller's book Me ... More >>
A choreographer's twice-told tale acquires mystical significance; can anyone say what it is?