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Review: ‘Annie’ at Westchester Broadway Theatre

Westchester Broadway Theatre is currently presenting Annie, and this production, directed and choreographed by Mary Jane Houda, is enjoyment and smiles from start to finish. In 1970 Martin Charnin was inspired by the Harold Gray comic strip “Little Orphan Annie” and bought the rights to turn it into a musical which opened on Broadway in […]

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Review: ‘Mamma Mia!’ at Westchester Broadway Theatre

Westchester Broadway Theatre is currently delighting audiences with a dazzling performance of Mamma Mia! This is their 200th production and is well worthy of the honor. From the beautiful peaceful opening to the rousing finale this musical is a must see! Starring in this musical, along with the exceptional cast, are the songs of ABBA, music […]

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Review: ‘The Bikinis’ at Westchester Broadway Theatre

Currently playing on the Westchester Broadway Theatre stage is The Bikinis: A New Musical Beach Party. Produced by The Bikinis Tour Company, The Bikinis was created by Ray Roderick and James Hindman, with music arrangements by Joseph Baker. The show is mostly a concert highlighting songs from the 60s to the 70s, but also includes […]

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Review: ‘Christmas Inn’ at Westchester Broadway Theatre

Christmas time, as it says in the famous song, “is the most wonderful time of the year.” So during the month of December, Westchester Broadway Theatre is taking a break from its scheduled lineup and is providing their audience with a heartwarming and a toe-tapping Christmas show. Christmas Inn, with book and original lyrics by Kathy […]

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Review: ‘Saturday Night Fever’ at Westchester Broadway Theatre

Saturday Night Fever: The Musical, directed by Richard Stafford, is currently playing at Westchester Broadway Theatre. The musical is based on the well-known 1977 Paramount/RSO film starring John Travolta, and adapted for the stage by Robert Stigwood in collaboration with Bill Oaks for the London theater and then adapted by Sean Cercone and David Abbinanti for the American […]

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