Fisrt rate all the way
This is the cast to see. The story is touching, the sets are simple, but the cast- Venessa Redgrave, James Earl Jones and Boyd Gaines are worth any trip to the theater. First class all the way.
Driving Miss Daisy on Wednesday, Apr 6th, 2011
RE:Go to church
If you saw the movie or just like "religous themed" comedies, you will love this show. Great music and those Sisters can sing. Patina Miller is a real treat! The church themed sets were glorious too.
Sister Act on Wednesday, Apr 6th, 2011
Good People-Loved it!
This story set in South Boston tells a story that could be set anywhere, USA. What a joy to see a cast that includes Frances McDormand and Estelle Parsons. Any one who has ever tried to make do with a "Dollar Store" job, or just lived for that "Friday night Bingo"-This is your story, a real American story. Great sets too. I loved it!
Good People on Wednesday, Apr 6th, 2011
Love that pink bus!
What a treat to see a big flashy show thats gay from begining to end, no way around that. Great use of popular disco tunes, and a much better story line than Momma Mia. I loved seeing the costumes reinvented, and the painting of the bus-great! As far as the cast, Tony Sheldon and Nick Adams are 2 strong contenders for a Tony Award
Priscilla Queen of the Desert the Musical on Wednesday, Apr 6th, 2011
Sutton Foster is a STAR
This show was enjoyable start to finish. Fun story, Great lyrics and music, good sets on a smallish stage, nice costumes, and well the cast...first class all the way. Ms. Foster deserves another Tony for her, singing, dancing, and being the TALENT that she is. We are So lucky to have her on the stage, and dueting with Joel Grey-What a treat!
Anything Goes on Wednesday, Apr 6th, 2011