Every week we will be sharing John and Stephen Hauge’s TheaterThoughts from their popular site TrueTheatergoer.
“From John Hauge: “My brother Stephen and I created the TrueTheatergoer.com website in October 2011 to promote theater in Washington, DC and on Broadway by providing an enriching collection of information on current shows and composite audience reviews and ratings of these shows. Our hope is to further develop a community excited about theater and willing to write short comments of shows so others can benefit from their experiences.”
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This Week’s TheaterThoughts: Spring Season on Broadway III
We come now to the season’s final six shows, which will be opening in late April to beat the April 24 deadline for Tony Award nominations.
April 20 — The Cripple of Inishman — Martin McDonough’s dark 1996 comedy concerns the impact on Aran islanders when a Hollywood film company descends to make a movie. The cripple orphan Billy vies for a role. Stars Daniel Radcliffe.
April 20 — Violet — A disfigured woman travels from North Carolina to Oklahoma to be healed by an evangelist in this musical that won the Off-Broadway Drama Critics’ Circle Award and the Lucille Lortel Award in 1997. Along the way a black soldier teaches her about life. Stars Sutton Foster.
April 21 — The Velocity of Autumn — Aging Alexandra barricades herself in her Brooklyn apartment to defeat the depradations of time. Estelle Parsons stars in Eric Coble’s comedy.
April 22 — Hedwig and the Angry Inch — A transgender singer’s life, loves and botched operation are the spine of this international rock musical than ran two years off Broadway. Stars Neil Patrick Harris.
April 23 — Casa Valtentina — Harvey Fierstein’s new play examines relationships at a Catskill resort in 1962 that enabled heterosexual men to dress and act like women on the weekends. With an all-star cast of nine.
April 24 — Cabaret — Kander and Ebb’s musical follows performer Sally Bowles and the emcee of the seedy Kit Kat Klub in decadent Berlin as the Nazis rise to power. The show, which won eight Tony Awards in 1967, stars Alan Cumming and Michelle Williams.
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