Millions have flocked to New York's Broadway theaters over the years to be enraptured by the amazing performances and music that have made it the center of the theater world. But while most have entered these hallowed halls to listen to the lullaby of Broadway, historian Jennifer Ashley Tepper decid ... More >>
The revival of Sondheim's Follies offers more extravagance than emotional grip
This week in the Voice, out today: Nick Pinto explains how federal efficiency standards are phasing out old-fashioned incandescent light bulbs in favor of those coiled energy-efficient ones -- thing is, those are full of crazy toxic stuff. And one of the only big-name politicians to fight the ... More >>
If the 1967 "classic" The Cool Ones ever pops up again on TCM, please do mama a favor and watch it. This one had my kind of "good/badness" written all over it, and when I finally checked it out, it totally delivered, man. A spoof of the '60s music biz, it centers on a girl (played by bland ... More >>
The classic show biz breakdown musical, Follies, is coming back to Broadway, complete with its luscious and witty Sondheim score. There are no fewer than four showstopping numbers for women in the musical. Your faves in order? Here are mine: (4) Could I Leave You? Phyllis--played by Jan ... More >>
The Broadway composer looks back at the first decades of his career
Drag-diva Charles Busch heads off to Beverly Hills
In the Heights or Adrift in Macao, new musicals are funbut not too much else
JVC Bounces Back Right on Schedule
What You Hear's OK, but What Are You Seeing?
The Musicals a Joke AgainBut Is It a Good Joke?
It's a Good Time To Stay Off-Broadway Even on CD
''In the new George Michael video, two very arresting male cops are locked in a passionate kiss, bringing new meaning to the word entrapment.''