CHARLOTTE SQUAWKS 13: CHARLOTTE, WE HAVE A PROBLEM does a better job targeting statewide and national scoundrels than delivering on its promise to face local issues, but there are genuine nuggets among the worthless trinkets - and an absolutely sensational new cast member.BWW Review: WAITING FOR GODOT Tops Spoleto's Edgy Theatre Lineup June 8, 2017
Perry T's latest New York Roundup includes six Broadway shows; NATASHA, PIERRE & THE GREAT COMET, HAMILTON, A BRONX TALE, IN TRANSIT, PARAMOUR, and ON YOUR FEET! plus three off-Broadway shows; PRUDENCIA HART, SPAMILTON, and CAGNEYBWW Review: Strong CP Cast Unleashes Newfound Power of RAGTIME February 17, 2017
After gracing Broadway's Studio 54 with his presence in the body of Jim Parsons, God has chosen Duke Energy Theatre at Spirit Square for his newest abode and the body of Queen City Theatre Company's Kristian Wedolowski as his instrument. David Javerbaum's AN ACT OF GOD arrives in Charlotte with new topicality, a mostly new Ten Commandments, and some rollicking alternative facts.BWW Review: Henley's CRIMES OF THE HEART Still Delivers Southern-Fried Hilarity January 26, 2017
Now celebrating their 40th anniversary season, the Emerson String Quartet was already a marquee attraction when I first encountered them in live concert during the summer of 2002 at the Aspen Music Festival. That was about the time when members of the quartet, except for the cellist sitting on a riser, began to perform standing up. It was an oblique acknowledgement that, in their realm, they were rock stars.BWW Review: Moscow Ballet's NUTCRACKER Brims With Tradition, Grace, and Delight December 15, 2016
With such a fine set of frontliners behind him, John Rapson may not be a dominant as Jefferson Mays was on Broadway, but the touring show comes off as more balanced, the LOVE and MURDER more equally weighted.