Author Archives: carey

Ashley Marinaccio and Brady Amoonclark Talk About “Good Shape”

What would happen if everyone woke up tomorrow and loved the body they were in? That is a good question. And one that is being asked in the upcoming documentary theatre production Good Shape, which will be performed as a … Continue reading


9mm America

Anyone suffering from desensitization regarding gun violence as a result of oversaturation of the media should hurry to the Gene Frankel Theatre, where 9MM America is currently playing. A production of Girl Be Heard, this intimate and personal performance of … Continue reading


Tucker Max on Broadway? An Interview with “I Hope They Serve Beer on Broadway” Director Christopher Carter Sanderson

Tucker Max…on stage. Right. Adapted for the stage by a gay man who doesn’t drink. Right. That was my first thought when I heard about I Hope They Serve Beer on Broadway, the stage adaptation of Tucker Max’s best-selling books … Continue reading


Sexism Onstage and Off: Why I Am Glad “Smash” is Cancelled

I am one of the biggest musical theater geeks in the world, but even I am glad Smash is being cancelled. The NBC drama about putting on a Broadway show, starring Katharine McPhee and Megan Hilty, as well as Debra … Continue reading


Cuff Me: The Fifty Shades of Grey Musical Parody

It’s no secret that I’m not a fan of the Fifty Shades of Grey book series. Having read all three, I wrote a blog post sharing my opinions on the relationship in the book – which I consider to be … Continue reading


The Trip to Bountiful

A trip to the theatre may not feel like a trip to the bountiful for some, but the production of Horton Foote’s play by the same name is certainly a bounty of pleasure. Currently in performances at the Stephen Sondheim … Continue reading


Pippin

I knew I was in for a treat from the first moment of Pippin, when a sexy silhouette of a certain pair of hands appeared, along with a sultry invitation to, “join us.” The revival of this musical, currently in … Continue reading


I’ll Eat You Last

Anyone who loves and longs for juicy gossip but feels a bit shamed by the desire should hurry to the Booth Theatre, where I’ll Eat You Last, the new play about Hollywood superagent Sue Mengers and starring a delicious Bette … Continue reading


Old-Fashioned Prostitutes (A True Romance)

“I certainly do exist. Help me,” a character pleads in Old-Fashioned Prostitutes: (A Love Story), the new play by Richard Foreman currently in performances at the Public Theater. I’m sorry to say I could not help this person, because, despite … Continue reading


The Nance

“Everybody’s looking for love” in The Nance, Douglas Carter Beane’s moving new play in performances at the Lyceum Theater. This lyric, crooned onstage in a vaudeville performance, applies to more than simply romantic love. In The Nance, the titular character … Continue reading