Bros on Broadway: Does Our Dude Think Hands on a Hardbody is a Hot Ride or a Total Lemon?
By Colin Weatherby · Mar 22, 2013
A devotee of the original Hands on a Hardbody doc weighs in on whether Broadway does Texans and trucks justice.
Bros on Broadway: Does Our United States Army Veteran Give Cinderella a Dad's Seal of Approval?
By Timothy Hendrickson · Mar 3, 2013
Does this father to a Cinderella-obsessed daughter think Broadway's new cinder girl is good enough for his little girl?
Bros on Broadway: Our Original "Bro" Returns For Scarlett Johansson and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
By Josh Maccon · Jan 17, 2013
Sex, football, booze--is this a bro-friendly revival of the Tennesse Williams' classic?
Bros on Broadway: Our Good Midwestern Bro Says Goodbye to Dead Accounts
By Matt Shroyer · Jan 7, 2013
Did our philosophical Midwestern bro dig Katie Holmes and Norbert Leo Butz in this (now deceased) play?
Bros on Broadway: A Bro Reviews the Bro-iest Play Ever, Glengarry Glen Ross
By Ramon Lopez · Dec 10, 2012
Does our bro want to roll with Al Pacino and his boys in David Mamet's famously foul-mouthed drama?
Bros on Broadway: Our Bro Reviews the Dearly Departed Performers' Pornographic Funeral Performance
By Greg Harleston · Nov 22, 2012
[Warning: The Performers is a sexually explicit show which utilizes vulgar language. As a result, so does this review. If you're looking for more conservative content, please enjoy ...
Bros On Broadway: A Dude In A Relationship Sees Virginia Woolf
By Colin Weatherby · Oct 16, 2012
Would new "Bro" Colin Weatherby take his lady to the famous Edward Albee date-night drama?
Bros on Broadway: A Guy Who's Never Seen a Play in His Life Reviews Cyrano
By Josh Maccon · Oct 12, 2012
Does our first "Bro on Broadway" Get Bromanced by Cyrano de Bergerac?
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