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Morosco Theatre (New York, NY)
217 West 45th Street

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BWW Review: Houston Ballet's FALL MIXED REPERTORY Offers A Fresh Premiere From An Exciting Choreographer
by Jenny Taylor Moodie - Sep 28, 2015

BWW Review: Houston Ballet Dives Into Fall With Their Mixed Repertory (more...)

BWW Review: LOBBY HERO is Well-Acted Despite Script's Setbacks at 1st Stage Theatre
by Hannah Wing - Sep 12, 2016

1st Stage Theatre's production of Lobby Hero features a solid, talented small cast who does their best with the out-dated script written by Kenneth Lonerga (more...)

Nancy Kricorian Releases New Novel, ALL THE LIGHT THERE WAS
by BWW News Desk - Mar 14, 2013

Nancy Kricorian's All the Light There Was is a stunning novel about an Armenian family's struggle to survive the Nazi occupation of Paris in the 1940s. Meticulously researched and lyrically told, All the Light There Was is an unforgettable story of loyalty, love, and the many faces of resistance. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Arvada Center Has An Instant Hit with Spectacular CURTAINS
by Michael Mulhern - Jul 20, 2013

All in all, thanks to the fine performances of the cast and crew - an excellent and enjoyable evening of musical theatre. (more...)

Throwing Out My CDs by Ben Rimalower: THE WIZ
by Ben Rimalower - Feb 15, 2019

This week's decluttering is only freeing up a tiny bit of space in my collection, but it represents an enormous place in my heart. The only version of The Wiz I have on CD is the AMAZING/IF YOU DON'T KNOW IT, YOU'RE NOT A REAL BROADWAY FAN original cast album starring Stephanie Mills. I do have the movie soundtrack in my iTunes and the soundtrack of 'The Wiz Live!' is on Apple Music, so let's dive in. (more...)

BWW Review: Guthrie Theater's THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE is a Sweet and Fun Story of Love, Friendship, Community, and Finding Oneself
by Jill Schafer - Aug 1, 2018

Reminiscent of LA CAGE AUX FOLLES and KINKY BOOTS, but with a spirit and humor all its own, THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE is a drag show with a beautiful message of finding one's identity and embracing those you love as they discover their identity. What it doesn't resemble so much is playwright Matthew Lopez's other work seen recently on #TCTheater stages, the intense Civil War drama THE WHIPPING MAN, a beautiful and heart-breaking play done by Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company last year. Which just goes to show the range of the playwright, although I think it's safe to say that GEORGIA MCBRIDE is the more personal work. Similar to the protagonist Casey, he found himself in a drag club in Florida, although the details of the story are different. GEORGIA MCBRIDE is a really fun show, and you also may learn a bit about drag performance, and rethink some stereotypes about the real people behind all the glitz and glamour of the show. (more...)