A beloved flop rolls anew with Daniel Radcliffe.
Sondheim’s fractured fairy tales are a four-star frolic.
A post-Sondheim celebration.
“Into the Woods” is a triumph of the movie musical genre.
”No one plays Gershwin anymore,” laments Julian Velard in ”That Old Manhattan,” the penultimate and one of the standout tracks from his exceptional new album, If You Don’t Like It, You…
A series in which we look at once common curiosities of pop culture that don’t exist anymore, be it because of changing tastes, the fragmentation of culture, or merely the…
Celebrate life, liberty, and the pursuit of good music, join in this week’s Friday Five!
As our Time-Life “AM Gold” series rolls on with the next batch of tunes from 1964, let’s all take a moment to recognize the genius of the Bacharach/David team.
Bob Cashill: He loves the original Gershwin production, but — as he makes clear here — is less than thrilled with a revised version heading to Broadway. Much less. Makes…
Jeff Giles, Jason Hare and Dave Lifton finally take the heat off of mothers and focus on fathers — Jason’s dad Gary joins us for Episode 19 of The Popdose Podcast!
Fandom: what does it mean, who inspires it, and where will you go in its name? We have some thoughts on the subject, and you’ll hear ’em on Episode 18 of The Popdose Podcast!
Many of Broadway’s greatest stars celebrate legendary composer Stephen Sondheim’s 80th birthday on a new DVD.
Robin Monica Alexander and Kelly Stitzel revisit I’m Breathless, Madonna’s 1990 soundtrack tie-in to Warren Beatty’s comic-strip blockbuster Dick Tracy.
Witty, condescending, intellectual, elitist, satirical, educator, stuffy, wordsmith: Depending on whom you ask, all these apply to Tom Lehrer to greater and lesser degrees, but everyone has to admit the…