Pnina Topham

Pnina Topham

Lifelong theatre obsessive P’nina Topham firmly believes that everything can be improved with singing and dancing and cheese. She was honored to have been named PRSA’s PR Professional of the Year, and is thrilled to be contributing to Broadway World. Unfortunately, Topham reached the pinnacle of happiness upon seeing Bette Midler in Hello, Dolly! Life has been downhill ever since. Twitter/IG: @pninatopham




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BWW Review: No Love for Andrew Lloyd Webber's LOVE NEVER DIESBWW Review: No Love for Andrew Lloyd Webber's LOVE NEVER DIES
Posted: Jul. 19, 2018


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BWW Review: A Modern Twist on the Classic Tale - GUYS & DOLLS at Theatre Under the StarsBWW Review: A Modern Twist on the Classic Tale - GUYS & DOLLS at Theatre Under the Stars
Posted: Jun. 17, 2018


BWW Review: Clutch Play SMALL BALL Delivers for Catastrophic TheatreBWW Review: Clutch Play SMALL BALL Delivers for Catastrophic Theatre
Posted: Apr. 9, 2018


BWW Review: Stages' GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK  MUSICAL Is the Most Fun You've Had in a Long TimeBWW Review: Stages' GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK MUSICAL Is the Most Fun You've Had in a Long Time
Posted: May. 7, 2018


BWW Review: HAMILTON Hits Houston and Blows Us All AwayBWW Review: HAMILTON Hits Houston and Blows Us All Away
Posted: Apr. 27, 2018


BWW Review: LEAP AND THE NET WILL APPEAR at Catastrophic TheatreBWW Review: LEAP AND THE NET WILL APPEAR at Catastrophic Theatre
Posted: Feb. 16, 2018


BWW Review: JIM LEHRER AND THE THEATER AND ITS DOUBLE AND JIM LEHRER'S DOUBLE - Double the Jims, Double the FunBWW Review: JIM LEHRER AND THE THEATER AND ITS DOUBLE AND JIM LEHRER'S DOUBLE - Double the Jims, Double the Fun
Posted: May. 30, 2018


BWW Review: BRIGHT STAR Burns Out Too SoonBWW Review: BRIGHT STAR Burns Out Too Soon
Posted: Mar. 17, 2018


BWW Review: No Love for Andrew Lloyd Webber's LOVE NEVER DIESBWW Review: No Love for Andrew Lloyd Webber's LOVE NEVER DIES
July 19, 2018

LOVE NEVER DIES is an unmitigated disaster of epic proportions. The show is a study of what happens when someone in power values consumerism over content. It is a production propelled by run-amuck theatrical vanity, seemingly produced with the single intention of filling seats, backed by a marquee name. LOVE NEVER DIES is nearly unwatchable, and absolutely unworthy of your time and money.

BWW Review: A Modern Twist on the Classic Tale - GUYS & DOLLS at Theatre Under the StarsBWW Review: A Modern Twist on the Classic Tale - GUYS & DOLLS at Theatre Under the Stars
June 17, 2018

Despite its flaws, it's hard not to enjoy GUYS & DOLLS. The music is infectious, and the characters are memorable. This production isn't perfect, nor is it a rendition of the old classic; some attendees are bound to be startled or surprised by the modern twists. But if you know what you're getting going in, this show is worthy of your time and the ticket price. For families of all ages who want to have fun without a ton of thought, go!

BWW Review: STRANGERER Things on Stage at The Catastrophic TheatreBWW Review: STRANGERER Things on Stage at The Catastrophic Theatre
May 30, 2018

STRANGERER things take place at the 2004 presidential debate, when President George W. Bush and Senator John Kerry decide to murder PBS newsman and debate moderator Jim Lehrer. Absurdist playwright Mickle Maher's funny and farcical reimagining of the debate is as ambitious conceptually as it is comedically.

BWW Review: JIM LEHRER AND THE THEATER AND ITS DOUBLE AND JIM LEHRER'S DOUBLE - Double the Jims, Double the FunBWW Review: JIM LEHRER AND THE THEATER AND ITS DOUBLE AND JIM LEHRER'S DOUBLE - Double the Jims, Double the Fun
May 30, 2018

JIM LEHRER AND THE THEATER AND ITS DOUBLE AND JIM LEHRER'S DOUBLE is strange, evocative, terrifying, and hilarious. For audiences seeking something out of the ordinary, for those who welcome intellectual challenges, and for folks who want a really big laugh, buy a ticket today.

BWW Review: Stages' GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK  MUSICAL Is the Most Fun You've Had in a Long TimeBWW Review: Stages' GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK MUSICAL Is the Most Fun You've Had in a Long Time
May 7, 2018

THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK MUSICAL has officially joined the ranks as one of my all-time favorite musicals. Set on 'this side of the tracks,' the show will steal your heart and make your face hurt with laughter.

BWW Review: HAMILTON Hits Houston and Blows Us All AwayBWW Review: HAMILTON Hits Houston and Blows Us All Away
April 27, 2018

HAMILTON is inarguably fantastic. It is extraordinary in its ability to cross every boundary and connect with audiences from every background. It is a masterpiece, a true work of art. It is visually stunning, musically astounding and, from top to bottom, the very definition of theatrical greatness.

BWW Review: Clutch Play SMALL BALL Delivers for Catastrophic TheatreBWW Review: Clutch Play SMALL BALL Delivers for Catastrophic Theatre
April 9, 2018

SMALL BALL is a farcical, fantastical and downright fabulous basketball musical that tells a very human story about loss, love, and finding a home.

BWW Review: BRIGHT STAR Burns Out Too SoonBWW Review: BRIGHT STAR Burns Out Too Soon
March 17, 2018

BRIGHT STAR follows two pairs of star-crossed lovers, two decades apart, all against the backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. And now through March 25, the Tony Award-nominated musical makes its home at the Hobby Center.

BWW Review: RIVERDANCE Amazes at the Hobby CenterBWW Review: RIVERDANCE Amazes at the Hobby Center
March 15, 2018

I have never written 'tour de force' without a hint of irony. But that's simply the most accurate way to describe RIVERDANCE - THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY WORLD TOUR. The longest-running and most popular Irish-centric international dance act in history has been seen by over 25 million people over 20 years for one reason: it's really, really good.

BWW Review: LEAP AND THE NET WILL APPEAR at Catastrophic TheatreBWW Review: LEAP AND THE NET WILL APPEAR at Catastrophic Theatre
February 16, 2018

LEAP AND THE NET WILL APPEAR is an evocative theatrical experience, rooted in the intertwined existence of farcical and absurd characters, each seeking love, respect and/or money, and the most potent human driver: acceptance.