“It’s a terrible idea for real life, but it’s a funny idea for a musical. It’s a Preston Sturges movie waiting to happen.”
“Marnie” was one of the Hitchcock’s tales of vulnerable beauties psychologically dominated to varying extents by dashing men.
Save for director Sam Mendes, there’s nothing Jewish about Jez Butterworth’s “Ferryman,” yet its themes are universal.
“There was a big migration of prominent Jewish families that have been here since the Territory days.”
This is by no means a “jukebox musical”; it has more in common with some of Dylan’s more impressionistic forays into film.
“In its evolution from page to stage, “A Horse Walks Into a Bar” regains its spontaneity. Virtuosity is present, too.”
The play is made to challenge its audience, ending with a call to confront the mounting mob of revisionists. But the execution is a bit cockeyed.
The iconic look of “Fiddler on the Roof” is due in no small part to the show’s original costume designer, Patricia Zipprodt.
A new production of “All My Sons” will open at Roundabout Theater Company’s American Airlines Theater bringing some Marquee names with it.
I wasn’t watching a play. I was living it, reconnecting with the family members I’d lost over the last decades, crying the entire time.
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