Billed as “part immersive theater, part escape room, part existential game,” Paradiso satisfies multiple action movie nerd fantasies in one pulse pounding hour.
Well produced and performed, this version of “Cinderella” mixes up great songs, a strong cast and a familiar story to make it sure to entertain everyone in the audience, both young and old
The first collaboration between Mayfield and Avett and hopefully not the last as the magic heard on the album was flawlessly created on stage
I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve seen Slayer, but that rush of adrenaline before they get on stage never goes away.
The show is such an experience,..It is exhilarating and also at the same time exhausting.
Winner of 5 Tony Awards (and a special Tony for it’s remarkable puppetry), including Best Play, “War Horse” is a show that you will remember forever.
Orlando Shakespeare Theater Turns up the Holiday Cheer with “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play”
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF warms Central Florida audiences with the holiday cheer of Joe Landry’s It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.
Brilliantly staged, this production of “Miss Saigon” is equal in scope to the one I took in more than two decades ago at the Broadway Theater
The jokes are never better and still funny after all these years. I highly recommended release for all fans of MST3K!
The cast of “The Little Mermaid” should be proud they did the original justice while creating new memories for children of all ages.
If you have read the book or seen the movie you know that “Catch Me If You Can” is nothing short of a brilliant story. Unfortunately the stage performance I witnessed was far from brilliant.
Fantastic acting by all players, great use of accents when speaking and singing and phenomenal dance numbers are among the highlights of this production.
The cast in this production of “Hair” was downright amazing
“Billy Elliot” is what I would call a “solid” musical
MEMPHIS Starlight Theater Kansas City, Missouri July 10, 2012 Our Score: 5 out of 5 stars The time – the turbulent 1950s. The place – Memphis, Tennessee. Alabama born W.C. Handy, the father of the blues, wrote his first song here. Mississippi’s Elvis Presley, the king of rock and roll, died here. In between those […]
THE ADDAMS FAMILY Starlight Theater Kansas City, MO July 3, 2012 Our Score: 3.5 out of 5 stars I had the chance to see “The Addams Family” while it was in previews in Chicago over Thanksgiving 2009. I didn’t go, which was disappointing since it featured two of my favorite performers, Nathan Lane and Bebe […]
On 2/1/12, The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History celebrated the grand opening of the new Warner Bros. Theater in Washington, D.C., with a ribbon cutting and presentation of the Smithsonian Bicentennial Medal to Clint Eastwood for his contribution to the American experience through film. The medal recognizes Eastwood’s six decades of captivating national and […]