Author Archives: carey

Glengarry Glen Ross

Empty words may not normally be a happy discovery on Broadway, but in the stirring revival of Glengarry Glen Ross, currently in performances at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theater, the vacant dialogue and unfulfilled promises of salesmen are most certainly welcome, … Continue reading


Les Misérables

The musical Les Misérables has finally made it to the screen, with even more pomp and circumstance than the stage. And, I am happy to report, just as much glory. Victor Hugo’s novel, first published in 1862, premiered onstage in … Continue reading


First Photos of Emilia Clarke as “Holly Golightly” in the world premiere of Truman Capote’s “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” Revealed!

Photography by Jason Bell. Makeup by Sonia Kashuk, Sonia Bashuk Beauty, for Target; Hair by Umberto Savone, Umberto Beverly Hills, for Target.


The Mystery of Edwin Drood

“Let’s all be as vulgar and uncivilized as possible!” shouts one character in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, the joyfully boisterous production in performances at Studio 54.  While this exuberant, interactive, choose-your-own ending musical may be a bit vulgar, it … Continue reading


Dead Accounts

  I still don’t know what Arbor Day had to do with it. Dead Accounts, Theresa Rebeck’s latest play currently in performances at the Music Box Theater, contains a haphazard hodgepodge of themes, ideas and motifs that are scattered throughout … Continue reading


Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

Aging gracefully has taken on a new meaning, thanks to the hilarious and touching production of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Christopher Durang’s latest play currently in performances at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater at Lincoln Center. Directed … Continue reading


A Christmas Story

Just when I was beginning to fear I had become sarcastic and cynical, along came A Christmas Story to Broadway. Having seen the movie only once, more than ten years ago, I only had vague memories of “You’ll shoot your … Continue reading


“If It’s With Your Mouth, Does it Count?” – Sex, Art and Women – An Interview with the Founders of A Red-Lipped Rebellion

To say Samantha Shane received an unconventional bat mitzvah gift would be an understatement. When the aspiring actress reached adolescence, her father gifted her a copy of The O’Reilly Factor for Kids, saying, “You’re ready. You’re a woman. Here you … Continue reading


Scandalous

Call me crazy, but I am having a crisis of faith. Spirituality has been a popular topic on Broadway in the past year, with revivals of Godspell and Jesus Christ Superstar as well as the original musical Leap of Faith … Continue reading


Annie

“Republicans, too, Oliver! Sing!” This order, given by President Franklin Deleano Roosevelt to millionaire Oliver Warbucks may be the most unusual, fantasy-like element of Annie, the Depression-era fable packed to the brim with fantasies currently in performances at the Palace … Continue reading