And, as is more and more the case, lots of movies have made the leap as well, from Billy Elliot, to Big, to Kinky Boots.
We’ve even had albums morph into musicals, like Tommy, and [...]
And I answered, “What style?”
Like a fashion style, I don’t think one wakes up and says, “This is how I’m going to produce,” or “This is how I’m going to write,” or “This is [...]
For the second time in the past five-or-so years, another giant NBC network show about Broadway has . . . well, let’s just say it, shall we . . . flopped.
The first was the “You’re The One That [...]
Earlier this month, up North in colder Canada, the Canadian Journalism Foundation put on a panel discussion called “The Walking Dead: Do Traditional Arts Critics Have a Future?”
Tough title, no? Perhaps a bit exaggerated, but with the advent of the internet, the role of the critic in theater and all art [...]
An audience’s enjoyment (or lack thereof), or their artistic takeaways are affected by so many other factors . . . including their mood, the weather, the shows they’ve just seen . . . and, of course, what’s happening in the world.
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