I really admired Les Miserables. No, it's not perfect--there are too many crying, singing closeups--but I still found it astonishingly done, the first great movie musical since Chicago. But as you know, it's been dividing people more than anything since Coke Zero. Here's what someone on the All Th ... More >>
What if, instead of Javert, Jean Valjean had to fight an aversion to white flour? Answer: he probably wouldn't have stolen that loaf of bread in the first place. Musical theatre performer and composer, Michael Bihovsky, pays homage to Les Miz while exploring the plight of those living with food all ... More >>
The Follies of 1832
The New York Post has caught up with the Brooklyn teenager accused of stealing a 12-pound Boar's Head turkey from Fine Fare supermarket in Bedford-Stuy via the "putting it in his pants" method. And he would like to clarify a few matters. Even if he was caught on video.
Sometimes crime is just tragic. Tragic like Hamlet. Tragic like Jell-O. Tragic like, in fact, the case of the Clements, an East Northport couple in their 60s arrested yesterday for purchasing packages of Jell-O pudding mix, filling them with sand, and returning them to the store for refunds, ... More >>
Prepare to OD on showtunes
Javert of Les Misérables Lives!