From CINDERELLA to FROZEN: 21 Broadway Voices Overtake Disney One Classic at a Time

Originally posted on my blog: Singular Sensation....more

VIDEO: Y'all, there was a Titanic the musical

I post on my blog about Brian d'Arcy James all the time, so here's my most recent post about him!...more

Can NBC give life to forever-flop PETER PAN?

Yesterday, NBC finally announced that their second annual live family musical will be... Peter Pan!...more

Once the Musical - Different Tones, with the Same Tunes

Once, winner of eight Tony Awards including Best Musical and winner of the 2013 Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album, kicked off the Broadway Philadelphia season at the Academy of Music, and I got to see it opening night!...more

Don't Wanna Be An American Idiot...

Hmmm...so what do you think this blog is about?  If you are a Green Day fan then you might have figured it out.  If you are not then you probably think this blog is about something totally different then what it is really about.Drum roll please (literally)........more

Review: A Feminist Response to Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella on Broadway

Carey Purcellwww.CareyPurcell.com 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,” I couldn’t help but agree. Why can’t life be as pretty as it looks onstage at the Broadway Theater?...more

"Maggie the Cat is Alive!" Tennessee Williams' "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," Starring Scarlett Johansson

The bed’s the thing in this play. Oh, and the woman in it.That much is clear from the first moment of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, currently playing at the Richard Rogers Theater. This revival of Tennessee Williams’ Pulitzer Prize-winning 1955 play about sex and lies – no videotape – in the South is loaded with innuendo and insults, as well as plenty of alcohol. With movie star Scarlett Johansson in one of the leading – and very sexual – roles, the temperatures have been running high amongst the audience members, even if the bed onstage remains ice cold....more

Streetcars and Desire, Tennessee Williams and Writing

What is straight? A line can be straight, or a street, but the human heart, oh, no, it's curved like a road through mountains.” - Tennessee Williams, A Streetcar Named Desire...more
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Theater Review: Jim Parsons in "Harvey"

Harvey Theater is often praised for its ability to portray real people in real situations. Good performances are generally regarded as ones that are honest and authentic. However, I am happy to report that there is one person on Broadway right now that does not at all resemble a real person. Elwood P....more