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Cinderella

The opening line of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella sets the tone for the majority of the play. When Cinderella, wandering through the misty woods, wistfully sings, “It makes you wish that the world could be as lovely as it looks,” … Continue reading


The Mikado

It almost felt wrong to laugh this much at an opera. Sure, The Mikado, by Gilbert and Sullivan, is a comedy, but the performance by The Collegiate Chorale at Carnegie Hall on Monday night, featuring an inspired line-up of Broadway … Continue reading


Sister Act

It’s bright enough to make you think you’re seeing the Heavens, but I regret to inform theatergoers that it’s not the afterlife you’re witnessing – just the costumes from Sister Act. And this new musical, with a book by Cheri … Continue reading


When the Rain Stops Falling

Audience members take note: if you suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder, you may want to avoid When the Rain Stops Falling, the darkly depressive play by Andrew Bovell currently in performances at Lincoln Center’s Mitzi Newhouse Theater. A multi-generational story … Continue reading