At the New York Musical Theatre Festival, you really suffer for their art.
There was so little air inside the theater for Flambe Dreams the other night that it was the only place in NYC where it was actually cooler outside.
Mixing origami and impersonation in inspiring ways, Venice-born Ennio Marchetto just brought his show Ennio: The Living Paper Cartoon to the New York Musical Theatre Festival. (I saw the final show of his run last night, but I hear he'll be back like a human parcel.)
Ennio serves up a dizzying seri ... More >>
A worn-out "gun-slinging hooker" is tried for murder and is nice enough to not tell her defense lawyer, "By the way, I'm your mother."
That's the tear-duct-tickling plot of Madame X, the Gerard Alessandrini and Robert Hetzel entry at the New York Musical Theatre Festival, which proves to be an affe ... More >>
Andrea McArdle charmed Broadway audiences as Annie in 1977, but she grew up to do a lot of other stuff--and she's still surprising!
Andrea is in Greenwood, a New York Musical Theatre Festival entry about a theater camp, which I talked to her about at the last Times Square Social.
Me: Hi, An ... More >>
Last I heard, two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster was deeply ensconsed with Bobby Cannavale, but the title Anything Goes could become prophetic because someone else is suddenly trying to court her!
And it's a Broadway queen!
Chris Barnes--aka Christopher T. Magician--is a popular bartender at Piec ... More >>