At The Mystery of Edwin Drood, melodrama meets shtick meets interaction, as Charles Dickens' last novel--which he died before finishing--gets completed by audience members picking the killer of orphan Drood.
It's basically Victorian literature meets American Idol--quite an appealing mix, as it turn ... More >>
Not long ago, a British newspaper interview with Stephen Sondheim mentioned that Meryl Streep was a rumored possibility to portray the Witch in the revival of Steve's Into The Woods, playing the Delacorte this summer.
No, not Miranda Priestly. Another witch.
Well, Sondheim didn't confirm or deny t ... More >>
Sexual reassignment surgery has gone on at On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, the 1965 Alan Jay Lerner/Burton Lane musical about a gal with ESP whose grief-stricken psychiatrist is obsessed with the gal's past-life persona, Melinda.
In this version -- with a rethought book by Peter Parnell and dir ... More >>