Tag Archives: Broadway
You go. girl.
A season of movies into musicals ends like gangbusters.
A feast of fine acting on and Off Broadway this season.
Chill out this holiday season with Disney’s latest princess.
Musicals on and Off Broadway this summer.
Broadway puts its best Boots forward.
“Get me rewrite!” says Tom Hanks, as the winners are announced.
Holland Taylor calls upon Ann Richards in her one-person show.
And Martin McDonagh’s Seven Psychopaths.
An Odets revival scores a TKO on Broadway.
Does Al Pacino get a Cadillac for the Mamet revival? Or…steak knives?
Jake Gyllenhaal is thrilled to see Popdose cover theatuh again.
It’s nearly time for the 2011 Tony Awards! And if a whopping 7 million people watched the awards last year, surely there are a dozen Popdose readers who care! Right? Molly Marinik shares her picks for Broadway’s top prize.
Stephen Adly Guirgis’s new play, The Motherf**ker With the Hat, is hilarious, and Bobby Cannavalae shines as its dejected hero. Read Molly Marinik’s review at popdose.com.
The millennium has come and gone, but “Angels in America” is eternal. Robin Monica Alexander retraces its twenty-year history in a new “Random Play.”
From the twisted minds behind South Park and Avenue Q, The Book of Mormon has officially opened on Broadway. Does it live up to the hype? Molly Marinik has the verdict.
Molly Marinik reviews Broadway’s newest great contemporary play, Good People, by David Lindsay-Abaire (Rabbit Hole) and starring Francis McDormand and Tate Donovan.
Chris Holmes reviews some of the most notable musical guest appearances by legendary Queen guitarist Brian May.
Over one third of Broadway’s current offerings will close before February, including some really great shows that have no business closing early. Trade low-brow entertainment for something more stimulating and enjoy these productions while you still can.
The Scottsboro Boys, Kander & Ebb’s final musical, is gloriously entertaining, moving, and socially relevant. It’s the best thing to happen to Broadway in quite some time, and it serves as a reminder why musical theatre can be a powerful form of entertainment.
Molly Marinik reviews Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, the new historical musical satire about America’s most emo president.
Molly Marinik reviews Time Stands Still, the new Broadway play that’s full of instigating intellectual content. It’s topical and star-studded.
Robin Monica Alexander made it nearly 30 years without seeing Oklahoma — but as she later discovered, it’s never too late to discover the joy of a good surrey.
Kelly Stitzel’s latest Soundtrack Saturday is one singular sensation.