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Bleeding Love

Sometimes art imitates life, and sometimes life imitates art. And sometimes the two combine in an eerily prescient performance that both inspires and unsettles. Such is the case with Bleeding Love, the self-described post-apocalyptic musical podcast that serves as a … Continue reading


Love’s Labour’s Lost

Love is many things in this musical adaptation of Shakespeare’s Love’s Labour’s Lost – a gun, a game and most of all, a puzzlement. Written and directed by Alex Timbers and composed by Michael Friedman, this production in performances at … Continue reading


American Idiot

Sunglasses and earplugs may be required to successfully enjoy a performance of American Idiot. This fiercely intense musical, currently playing at the St. James theater, is unapologetically loud, both in the volume of its music and the meaning of it … Continue reading


Passing Strange

Passing Strange “OK, we’re gonna play some music,” says the man on the stage, matter of factly. And he proceeds to do just that, and much more, in Passing Strange, the inventive and thoroughly enjoyable musical currently playing at the … Continue reading