Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella--which originated as a light and lovely 1957 TV special--has been fleshed out with theatrics, jokes, a political subplot, puppets, extra songs, and anachronisms. The result is an unwieldy but crowd pleasing concoction that ends up being reasonably entertaining de ... More >>
Kathleen Turner might be cursing and smoking up a storm in a play called High, but she's got nothing on the Sister Act gals. They're dolled up in glitzy habits and putting on Vegas-style revues in Sister Act, the rote but pretty enjoyable adaptation of the 1992 movie comedy about a down low ... More >>
Success has mellowed him—and he's actually funny
A press release went out yesterday saying that Hazel, the maid immortalized by Shirley Booth in a '60s sitcom, is being turned into a stage musical, and they're in talks with a Broadway actress to play the part. Too bad Shirley isn't still around because she could sing as well as act, mop, a ... More >>
In a new play and a classic, corpses make the best sight gags
South Pacific, Gypsy, and Juno show how 1950s Broadway got 'serious'
To a time of spoofs and techno-barrages, Lucas and Guettel offer a romance for humans