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“…Across the Atlantic Sea!” Raves for HAIR!

April 15, 2010

“Two and a half hours of theatrical bliss! FOUR STARS!” –telegraph “A joyous piece of living theatre! FOUR STARS!” – guardian “FOUR STARS! “Unstoppable energy and ebullient choreography!” “Galt MacDermot’s songs, with their tributes to sodomy, onanism and (weirdly) “Manchester, England”, still zing. And, boy, can these performers sing. It doesn’t wholly matter that the […]

CORALINE- a musical like no other…

March 18, 2010

Have you heard the newly released Coraline Original Off-Broadway Cast Recording? hailed it as a “deliciously dark and adult musical version of Neil Gaiman’s fantasy novel, [come] to life.”  With music and lyrics by Stephin Merritt, “the musical’s uniqueness remains throughout the 27 tracks of this exquisitely produced disc.” From Jayne Houdyshell’s “simultaneously adult […]

Christine Ebersole at the Cafe Carlyle

February 11, 2010

Two-time Tony Award winner Christine Ebersole is performing at the Cafe Carlyle now through February 20.   Her show features an eclectic musical program on the subjects of  sex, politics, religion…and the weather.  Tony Award winner Scott Wittman directs the evening with musical direction by John Oddo. The New York Times described Ms. Ebersole as “a […]

“Next to Normal” cast album reviewed

May 21, 2009

“REJOICE! We can stop playing SPRING AWAKENING and start living on NEXT TO NORMAL” hails!  The recently released cast album of “Next to Normal” has received a FIVE STAR RATING! Click here to read the full review. If this isn’t incentive enough to get out there and buy yourself a copy of this glorious double disk […]

More reviews for everyday rapture!

May 13, 2009

The amazing reviews just keep on coming! Here’s a few more people’s opinions about Everyday Rapture.  Enjoy! The Village Voice– “Gifts like hers, especially when packaged and delivered this shrewdly, deserve a kind of worship.” NY1– “What do Jesus, Judy Garland, and Mister Rogers have in common? The answer– Sherie Rene Scott. And finding that […]

Everyday Rapture Receives Excellent Reviews!

May 5, 2009

Sherie Rene Scott’s new Off-Broadway Show Everyday Rapture, which plays until June 14th at Second Stage Theatre, officially opened on Sunday May 3 after weeks of previews. This production, which features Scott along side Eamon Foley, Lindsey Mendez and Betsy Wolfe, is described as”the story of a young woman’s psycho-sexual-spiritual journey on the rocky path […]

Next To Normal review in Rolling STone

April 17, 2009

Next to Normal has Broadway buzzing! This emotional and highly charged musical is getting massive praise from every angle.  Rolling Stone says it’s, “the best musical of the season by a mile, an emotional powerhouse with a fire in its soul and a wicked wit that burns just as fiercely.”  And that we should “Polish […]

Next to Normal: REVIEWS!

April 16, 2009

According to Ben Brantly, “No show on Broadway right now makes as direct a grab for the heart – or wrings it as thoroughly – as ‘Next to Normal’ does.” He also declares that Alice Ripley gives “the musical performance of the season”!!! To read his entire glowing commentary on this newly opened musical check here! […]

The Battery’s Down Celebrates Second Season

April 8, 2009

The hit online series “The Battery’s Down” recently celebrated it’s second season at Sardi’s.  The show chronicles the life of actor Jake Wilson and will feature several cameos in it’s new season from many  Broadway stars like John Gallagher Jr., Carly Jibson, and Will Chase.  Check out the photos of the celebration here.  Happy Viewing! […]

Kelli O’Hara at Cafe Carlyle- the reviews are in!

April 3, 2009

This past Wednesday Kelli O’Hara started her two week run at Cafe Carlyle and the reviews are in!  The New York Times called her, ” America’s Sweetheart.”  And says  “from the moment she walked onstage Ms. O’Hara took charge, keeping her bright lyric soprano, with its reserves of coloratura, front and center and interspersing songs […]