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Nancy Grossman

Nancy Grossman From producing and starring in family holiday pageants as a child, to avid member of Broadway Across America and Show of the Month Club, Nancy has cultivated her love of the art and respect for the craft of theatre. She fulfilled a dream when she became an adult-onset tap dancer in the early 90's ("Gotta dance!"); she fulfills another by providing reviews for BroadwayWorld.com and evolving as a freelance writer. Nancy is an alumna of Syracuse University and a retired Probation Officer-in-Charge in the Massachusetts Trial Court system.
MOST POPULAR ARTICLES
LAST 30 DAYS

BWW Reviews: The 33rd Annual Elliot Norton AwardsBWW Reviews: The 33rd Annual Elliot Norton Awards
Posted: May. 12, 2015


BWW Reviews: Stoneham Theatre's Recipe for $uccessBWW Reviews: Stoneham Theatre's Recipe for $uccess
Posted: May. 25, 2015


BWW Reviews: Swept Away by THE OUTGOING TIDEBWW Reviews: Swept Away by THE OUTGOING TIDE
Posted: Apr. 30, 2015


BWW Reviews: THE SUBMISSION Plays on Politics of Race and GenderBWW Reviews: THE SUBMISSION Plays on Politics of Race and Gender
Posted: May. 14, 2015


BWW Reviews: Pops and Peters - Oh, What a Night!BWW Reviews: Pops and Peters - Oh, What a Night!
Posted: May. 7, 2015


LAST 365 DAYS

BWW Reviews: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA National Tour Haunts Boston Opera HouseBWW Reviews: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA National Tour Haunts Boston Opera House
Posted: Jul. 1, 2014


BWW Reviews: Wheelock Family Theatre's ALICE Appeals to the Little OnesBWW Reviews: Wheelock Family Theatre's ALICE Appeals to the Little Ones
Posted: Oct. 21, 2014


BWW Reviews: JESUS CHRIST, IT'S CHRISTMAS!BWW Reviews: JESUS CHRIST, IT'S CHRISTMAS
Posted: Dec. 12, 2014


BWW Reviews: Latest Tour is LION KING LightBWW Reviews: Latest Tour is LION KING Light
Posted: Sep. 20, 2014


BWW Review: There is Nothin' Like SOUTH PACIFICBWW Review: There is Nothin' Like SOUTH PACIFIC
Posted: Jun. 15, 2014


BWW Reviews: All-Star Roster Brings the Bard to Fenway ParkBWW Review: The Bard at Fenway
Posted: Sep. 20, 2014


BWW Reviews: Stoneham Theatre's Recipe for $uccessBWW Reviews: Stoneham Theatre's Recipe for $uccess
May 25, 2015

Director/choreographer Ilyse Robbins reigns as chair of the board over a company of established pros and starry-eyed up-and-comers in Stoneham Theatre's effervescent HOW TO $UCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING. Tyler Bradley Indyck and Ephie Aardema make beautiful music together, Angelo McDonough almost steals the show, and the ensemble sing and dance with great energy and style. It's bound to do boffo business!
BWW Reviews: THE SUBMISSION Plays on Politics of Race and GenderBWW Reviews: THE SUBMISSION Plays on Politics of Race and Gender
May 14, 2015

Zeitgeist Stage Company presents the New England premiere of Jeff Talbott's THE SUBMISSION and, once again, lives up to its name and mission. Victor Shopov and Aina Adler create two indelible characters, and Director David J. Miller sculpts the performances to eliminate any wasted moments from this hard-hitting comedy-drama.
BWW Reviews: The 33rd Annual Elliot Norton AwardsBWW Reviews: The 33rd Annual Elliot Norton Awards
May 12, 2015

Gaiety ruled at the 33rd Annual Elliot Norton Awards ceremony as Ryan Landry, impresario of the Gold Dust Orphans, received the Elliot Norton Prize for Sustained Excellence, and comedian-actress-jazz musician Lea DeLaria was the Guest of Honor. Bragging rights went to American Repertory Theater with seven wins in the large theater categories, while Lyric Stage Company led all midsize theaters with four wins.
BWW Reviews: Pops and Peters - Oh, What a Night!BWW Reviews: Pops and Peters - Oh, What a Night!
May 7, 2015

The 130th season of the Boston Pops Orchestra is a celebration of Conductor Keith Lockhart's 20th anniversary, and the opening night festivities included balloons, cupcakes, and an exquisite cake, with sizzle provided by Tony Award-winning vocalist and actress Bernadette Peters. Music ranged from Williams to Rossini, Rodgers and Hammerstein to Sondheim, selections from the voluminous canon of Old Blue Eyes, and, of course, John Philip Sousa.
BWW Reviews: Swept Away by THE OUTGOING TIDEBWW Reviews: Swept Away by THE OUTGOING TIDE
April 30, 2015

Artistic Director Charles Towers is stepping down after fourteen seasons at the helm of Merrimack Repertory Theatre. He leaves the audience with one final moving drama by playwright Bruce Graham, written with impeccable honesty and directed with the finest attention to every emotional detail.
BWW Reviews: Finding Jeremy JordanBWW Reviews: Finding Jeremy Jordan
April 27, 2015

The real Jeremy Jordan took to the stage at the Sorenson Center for the Arts on the campus of Babson College in his Boston concert debut, JEREMY JORDAN: BREAKING CHARACTER. Known for iconic roles on Broadway, television, and film, his appreciative fans discovered that Jordan is an interesting character on his own terms, even when he is not portraying a character, and greeted his original song compositions with enthusiasm equal to that for his better-known show tunes.
BWW Reviews: ULYSSES ON BOTTLES : Top ShelfBWW Reviews: ULYSSES ON BOTTLES : Top Shelf
April 17, 2015

Israeli Stage, in association with ArtsEmerson: The World on Stage, presents its first full production with the North American premiere of Gilad Evron's ULYSSES ON BOTTLES in the Jackie Liebergott Black Box at the Paramount Center. Producing Artistic Director and Founder of Israeli Stage Guy Ben-Aharon directs a stellar cast of top-shelf Boston actors in this important play examining conflicting values around the plight of Palestinians living in the embargoed Gaza Strip and Israel's rights and responsibilities in the highly-charged situation.
BWW Reviews: Fish Out of Water on NEVILLE'S ISLANDBWW Reviews: Fish Out of Water on NEVILLE'S ISLAND
April 15, 2015

NEVILLE'S ISLAND is a fish out of water story about four guys trying to bond and survive on a corporate team building excursion gone awry. Strong performances from Jim Loutzenhiser, Alexander Platt, Brooks Reeves, and Brandon Whitehead can't rescue them from playwright Tim Firth's overlong comedy trying to be a psychological thriller.
BWW Reviews: THOROUGHLY MUSLIM MILLIE Thoroughly MirthfulBWW Reviews: THOROUGHLY MUSLIM MILLIE Thoroughly Mirthful
April 14, 2015

Ryan Landry and the Gold Dust Orphans mash-up THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, THE SOUND OF MUSIC, and the politics of oil and the Middle East in their latest side-splitting musical, THOROUGHLY MUSLIM MILLIE. Scott Martino's to-die-for costumes and scenic design aesthetic are on display, along with a cast made up of long-time favorites and fresh talent, singing and dancing to a batch of borrowed musical theater gems. Put on your harem pants and belly dance down to Machine in the Fenway.
BWW Reviews: COME BACK, LITTLE SHEBA Marked by David Cromer's Magic TouchBWW Reviews: COME BACK, LITTLE SHEBA Marked by David Cromer's Magic Touch
April 12, 2015

Huntington Theatre Company presents William Inge's sixty-five year old classic American drama, but it is nowhere near ready to be retired. Under the direction of David Cromer, it is a first rate production with incisive writing, design realism, and honest, raw performances.
BWW Reviews: GOD BOX: Desperately Seeking PandoraBWW Reviews: GOD BOX: Desperately Seeking Pandora
April 7, 2015

New Repertory Theatre concludes the Second Annual Next Rep Black Box Festival, celebrating the powerful voices of women theatremakers, with GOD BOX, Antonia Lassar's seriocomic solo show directed by Christine Hamel. When the quintessential Jewish mother discovers that her recently-deceased daughter had been on a journey to explore various religious beliefs, she decides to follow in the same footsteps for her own enlightenment. Lassar is a wonderful storyteller and her performance is like spiritual comfort food.
BWW Reviews: KIMBERLY AKIMBO: I Won't Grow UpBWW Reviews: KIMBERLY AKIMBO: I Won't Grow Up
April 6, 2015

Moonbox Productions stages David Lindsay-Abaire's black comedy about a sixteen-year old girl with a rare disease that ages her rapidly. Allison Olivia Choat directs a cast of five who humanize these quirky, dysfunctional characters and allow us to feel how they live with the specter of doom hanging in the balance.
BWW Reviews: GOD'S EAR: Cries and WhispersBWW Reviews: GOD'S EAR: Cries and Whispers
April 1, 2015

Actors' Shakespeare Project takes a break from the Bard to stage the first Boston area production of Jenny Schwartz's linguistically-rich play GOD'S EAR. Thomas Derrah directs and draws authentic, heartbreaking performances from Tamara Hickey and Gabriel Kuttner as a married couple grieving the tragic loss of their son. Humor and hope rise to the surface from the depths of their suffering.
BWW Reviews: Hub Theatre Company Puts Its Money on LOOT to Start Season ThreeBWW Reviews: Hub Theatre Company Puts Its Money on LOOT to Start Season Three
March 30, 2015

Hub Theatre Company of Boston starts its third season with LOOT, an irreverent, dark comedy by British playwright Joe Orton (WHAT THE BUTLER SAW, ENTERTAINING MR. SLOANE) at the First Church in Boston. Daniel Bourque directs a cast of six live actors and one dormant dummy that is handled with reckless abandon. Part detective story, part farce, LOOT is reminiscent of plays staged by high school drama clubs in the 1960s, giving everyone a chance to chew lots of scenery.
BWW Reviews: STRONGER THAN THE WIND: A Mother PrevailsBWW Reviews: STRONGER THAN THE WIND: A Mother Prevails
March 27, 2015

Playwright/performer Alice Manning tells cathartic, deeply personal family story with humor and pathos, but always moving toward the light and, ultimately, choosing love.
BWW Reviews: FROM THE DEEP: Captivating New Play from Cassie M. Seinuk and Boston Public WorksBWW Reviews: FROM THE DEEP: Captivating New Play from Cassie M. Seinuk and Boston Public Works
March 26, 2015

Boston Public Works Theater Company, a playwrights' collective, presents its second production, the east coast premiere of FROM THE DEEP, Cassie M. Seinuk's award-winning play about two prisoners in existential captivity. A young Israeli soldier and a Boston University student share the space for two hours, conveying the tedium and tension in their unfolding drama.
BWW Review: LIFERS Showcases Award-Winning Fringe CompaniesBWW Review: LIFERS Showcases Award-Winning Fringe Companies
March 22, 2015

Argos Productions and Happy Medium Theatre collaborate to present a cast of experienced fringe actors in LIFERS by John Shea and Maureen Cornell. A comedy about change set in a family restaurant in the summer of 2004, one week before the no smoking law goes into effect in Massachusetts, the slice of life story gives us something to chew on with characters we can care about.
BWW Reviews: THE AMISH PROJECT Haunting, Yet HopefulBWW Reviews: THE AMISH PROJECT Haunting, Yet Hopeful
March 10, 2015

New Repertory Theatre's second annual Next Rep Black Box Festival celebrates the work of women theater artists, starting with Jessica Dickey's THE AMISH PROJECT. A fictionalized account of the 2006 shooting of Amish schoolgirls in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania, the one-woman show features Danielle Kellermann in a riveting and haunting portrayal of seven distinctive characters.
BWW Reviews: SHOCKHEADED PETER: A Series of Twisted TalesBWW Reviews: SHOCKHEADED PETER: A Series of Twisted Tales
March 9, 2015

If you like Edward Gorey and Tim Burton, then Company One's SHOCKHEADED PETER is for you. With musical mayhem provided by Walter Sickert and The Army of Broken Toys, the New England premiere at Suffolk University's Modern Theatre is dark, twisted, funny, and never dull. It is not for the faint of heart, those who are easily shocked, or anyone prone to nightmares.
BWW Reviews: INTIMATE APPAREL Worn Close to the HeartBWW Reviews: INTIMATE APPAREL Worn Close to the Heart
March 6, 2015

INTIMATE APPAREL is one woman's story of courage and resilience set against the backdrop of a rapidly changing America in early 20th century New York City. Under the direction of Summer L. Williams, who also directed Lynn Nottage's BY THE WAY, MEET VERA STARK at the Lyric Stage Company, INTIMATE APPAREL offers a realistic depiction of the human drama inherent in the journeys of half a dozen individuals who have more in common than it first appears.


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