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Peter, Panned; Oh the Humanity

Posted on March 13, 2014 at 11:05pm 3 Comments

Peter, Panned; Oh the Humanity 

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Peter and the Starcatcher

Have you ever wished that instead of the the boundless easy out of magic, there was an expanded universe, a less whimsical prequel to Peter Pan? Well, you need not wish anymore. Peter and the Starcatcher, roughly based on the book Peter and the Starcatchers running at the Orpheum  through the 16th of March.…


Mama Mia: Here I go again.

Posted on February 20, 2014 at 11:11pm 1 Comment

I don’t want to write this review. I have a lot of history with Mama Mia. I’ve seen the musical thrice and the movie twice- which is a lot of commitment when it comes to me and musicals. I can sing a vast majority of the numbers; not well, and not often, but I can and do. The only musical I’ll defend more is the Music Man, for reasons inveterate in my nature. At heart, I believe Mama Mia to be a good show. It’s fun, perky, catchy and…


Cry Me a River, Argentina

Posted on January 31, 2014 at 12:46am 2 Comments

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Cry Me a River, Argentina

Evita is a good idea. It really is. I do not like it as a musical, not for what it does but for what it does not do. The story of Eva Perón, wife of President Juan Peron and congressionally named Spiritual Leader of the Nation of Argentina in her dying days at the unripe age of 33, is certainly a captivating one and worthy one. (Spoiler alert: She…


I’m just waiting for the feeling.

Posted on January 18, 2014 at 1:51am 2 Comments

This is not a conventional review, perhaps, likely not a review at all. The show in question is the Theater Latte Da production of Cabaret, in line with Broadway Reimagined. I’ll say now that the Cabaret I saw was a fabulous production, with an excellent cast and excellent set. The music is catchy and haunting, the story is original enough to avoid too many cliches regarding Hitler’s rise to power, the Holocaust and Nazi…


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