Blog Archives

Kinky Boots

A little spring may be in your step after seeing Kinky Boots, the musical adaptation of the 2005 movie currently in performances at the Al Hirschfeld Theater. With a book by Harvey Fierstein and music and lyrics by Cyndi Lauper, … 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


The Tempest

It begins with a thunderbolt. To some, that may foreshadow a show of overwrought visuals, noise and spectacle, but here in this case, it is the exact opposite. The Classic Stage Company’s production of The Tempest is simplistic, understated and … Continue reading


Journey’s End

Journey’s End It’s loud. There are bombs going off, bullets being fired, and many of the lines are shouted instead of spoken. Much of the production of Journey’s End is very loud. But other scenes are quiet – so strangely, … Continue reading