Fans of Broadway musicals won’t get more bang for their entertainment buck this whole season than at Something Rotten! Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theatre has been on a roll when it comes to offering great touring shows with top-flight casts. But Something Rotten! is something else. The musical by Wayne and Karey Kirkpatrick (score) and John O’Farrell […]
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I first reviewed this unselfconsciously entertaining musical comedy at the beginning of its run in April 2015. I wanted to see it again to determine how it was holding up now that five of its principal actors had left when their contracts expired. When I saw it over a year ago, I raved about Christian […]
I am so glad that Sheldon Harnick, the last surviving member of the creative team of the original production of Fiddler on the Roof, has been able to participate in this glorious revisical. His late collaborators (Jerry Bock, Jerome Robbins, and Joseph Stein) would, I’m certain, have been thrilled at the reception given this latest production […]
Two years ago I saw the touring production of The Book of Mormon at The Kennedy Center and was utterly blown away. I wrote a column at the time about the profound content of The Book of Mormon, because of its brilliant depiction of the role of human imagination and metaphor in religious language and […]
Enjoy these Christmas songs performed by Broadway favorites! And watch Zero Mostel read ‘The Grinch Who Stole Christmas’ and Ethel Merman Sing a Christmas Song with The Muppets! Have a Merry Christmas from the staff of DCMetroTheaterArts!