Kander and Ebb

“It’s not every day you get to tell off a neo-Nazi,” John Kander says.
This being a generous performance, Mizrahi grabs a swag bag of handouts for regifting, throwing some Dead Sea salt scrub
With more than a wink, the poised Laura Benanti portrays herself as a child show tune nerd recounting highlights from her
Ricky Ritzel is the Manhattan club world's kinetic musical fixture, the creative whirlwind who chaperones the weekly reunifications of Judy Garland and not-so-ever-lovin' daughter Liza -- or reasonable facsimiles thereof -- at Don't Tell Mama.
Swiss dramatist Friedrich Durrenmatt's tragicomic play Der Besuch der Alten Dame (The Visit) is a tale of sweet revenge. It's always been one of my favorites. And this production is masterful.
A muse and a mentor can go a long way toward helping an artist transform music into magic. While labanotation is a wonderful tool for documenting choreography, it can't capture the more intangible aspects of dance.
Innovative in its time, Cabaret, the quintessential movie musical, marked its anniversary with a special screening last week at The Ziegfeld Theater, where it premiered 40 years ago.
On December 12th, The Scottsboro Boys closed its Broadway run. Months later, Beowulf Boritt received a Tony nomination for "Best Scenic Design of a Musical" for work that used minimal elements to convey symbolism and depth.
Through short scenes before, during, and after their trials we see the boys' aspirations as well as their frustrations and
Chicago, at the Ambassador Theater, hits a winning combination: marrying social commentary to slick showmanship.