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In 2007, he directed the world premiere of a musical based on Happy Days with book by the iconic Garry Marshall. "It was
In terms of musicals, there are two that have opened already this spring, the Roundabout revival of She Loves Me and the jukebox musical Disaster!
Two things happened in theater yesterday that had me thinking -- The New York Times reported Sting was going into The Last Ship, which he wrote the score for, and The Country House closed.
In March 2002, I watched what would become the most controversial play of the season, the short-lived The Smell of the Kill. I don't really remember what I thought of the show in any detail, but I remember one main thing. Sitting there, I thought: "Wow, Jessica Stone is going to get really great reviews." She was so good.
Dearbhla Molloy, Outside Mullingar This Cabaret already won its Tony -- Roundabout itself is constantly promoting the production
What are the Tonys here for if not to honor theatrical creativity? What creativity is there in remounting a production at its last home? Why is a revival that exactly duplicates a revival capable of being nominated?
There has been talk throughout my career of allowing NYC theaters to get the Regional Theatre Tony. They've wanted it. I've always thought it was sort of a ridiculous, greedy desire.
AT THE NEW YORK MUSICAL FESTIVAL I felt a pleasant buzz when entering Second Stage. The audience seemed filled with friends