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BWW Review: THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE Another Phenomenal Production by The Barn Players
by Steve Wilson - Sep 19, 2015

The high quality of productions such as THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, which opened on Friday September 18, is why The Barn Players won the 2014 Broadway World Regional Award for Outstanding Theater of the Year in the Kansas City Region. Kip Simmons directs the musical based on the 1967 film of the same name, starring Julie Andrews. Richard Morris wrote the original story and screenplay for Universal Pictures. CHRYSANTHEMUM, which opened in London in 1956, was the basis for the story and screenplay. (more...)

BWW Review: CFTA's YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN Will Have You Laughing All The Way Home
by Jeffrey Ellis - Oct 25, 2016

Patrick Kramer's commanding performance as Frederick Frankenstein (that's 'FRONKENsteen' for the uninitiated) in the Center for the Arts' production of Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein is reason enough to buy a ticket (if you're lucky enough to score one - shows are playing to capacity crowds in Murfreesboro, so make your reservations yesterday), but director Renee Robinson and musical director Stephen Burnette very adroitly surround him with such strong support that the entire ensemble of Transylvanian thespians is worth the price of admission. (more...)

'The Showtune Mosh Pit' for October 10th, 2012
by Paul W. Thompson - Oct 10, 2012

The latest in unauthorized gossip and buzz from the heart of Chicago's showtune video bars, and musical theater news from Chicago to Broadway. The Equity Jeffs, 'Sunday' at Chicago Shakes, 'Hoodoo Love,' the new musicals 'Clear' and 'The Verona Project,' concerts of operetta and cabaret, a Chicago original cast album and more! (more...)

Oakbrook's 'MILLIE' a Tappy, Happy Hit
by Paul W. Thompson - Nov 1, 2009

Opening this week at the high-flying Drury Lane Theatre, in Chicago's far western suburb of Oakbrook Terrace, is "Thoroughly Modern Millie," the 2002 Best Musical Tony winner which gave the world the career of Sutton Foster (and didn't too badly for her male co-stars Gavin Creel and Marc Kudisch). Based on the pretty successful 1967 film starring Julie Andrews, more..... (more...)

OUR GLAD, MEMORIES OF GLADYS MONCRIEFF Set for Glen Street Theatre, 3 June
by BWW News Desk - May 5, 2014

What Joan Sutherland was to grand opera, Gladys Moncrieff was to the golden age of operetta and musical comedy. (more...)

BWW Reviews: The 2,000-Year-Old Man Kvells Over Alison Nusbaum's Homage to Mel Brooks' Ladies, Films and Songs at Don't Tell Mama
by Stephen Hanks - May 3, 2012

Recent MAC Award-winner Alison Nusbaum had audiences laughing in the narrow aisles of Don't Tell Mama with her hilarious show that paid tribute to everything Mel Brooks. Here's a review from the 2,000-Year-Old Man. (more...)

BWW Reviews: THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE at Georgetown Palace is a Valentine to Broadway
by Jeff Davis - May 26, 2013

A few minutes into Thoroughly Modern Millie, now playing in a delightful production at the Georgetown Place, the likable ensemble and the optimistic title character sing, "Everything today is thoroughly modern. Check your personality." A personality check may be in order for any person who doesn't enjoy this madcap musical. When life gets us down and virtually anything on the evening news is incredibly depressing, it's nice to see a show with a heroine like Millie, a girl who tells us that with some guts, a pinch of wit, a dash of humor, and a healthy swig of booze, the world is our oyster. (more...)

BWW Reviews: Mel Brooks' Hysterical Musical YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN Is Alive In Simi Valley
by Shari Barrett - May 12, 2014

It's ALIVE!!! A hilarious, high energy Broadway musical based on the Oscar-nominated smash hit 1974 film, YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN is the wickedly inspired re-imagining of the Mary Shelley classic from the comic genius of Mel Brooks. A Tony award-winner in 2008, YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN is just what the doctor ordered - a real prescription for outlandish humor, now onstage at the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center. (more...)

SUMMER STAGES: BWW's Top Summer Theatre Picks - Charlotte!
by Linda Ann Watt - Jun 15, 2015

The writers of BWW Charlotte have found some picks that will add to your Charlotte summer entertainment fun! (more...)

Review - A Night At The Operetta: It's Outta Here!
by Kristin Salaky - Jul 18, 2008

On the night when baseball's all-stars were blasting dingers into the bleachers of Yankee Stadium, the cast of Scott Siegel's A Night At The Operetta, was having their own home run derby on the stage of Town Hall, knocking melodies by Victor Herbert, Sigmund Romberg and Rudolf Friml out of the park.  And in both cases, the crowd frequently went nuts. (more...)

Photo Coverage: A Night At The Operetta II at Town Hall
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Jul 15, 2008

A NIGHT AT THE OPERETTA on July 14th featured the sounds of Broadway music one rarely gets to hear anymore - Operetta - including music by Sigmund Romberg, Rudolph Friml and Victor Herbert. A NIGHT AT THE OPERETTA featured Alexander Gemignani, Lisa Howard, William Michals, Jennifer Hope Wills, Christine Andreas, Bill Daugherty, Brian Charles Rooney, Karen Murphy, John Easterlin, Jason Graae and Milla Ilieva. The show featured the dance talents of Eric Sean Fogel, J. Austin Eyer, Billy Harrigan Tighe, and Ben Franklin. The show is under the direction of Dan Foster with musical direction by Fred Barton (more...)

CABARET LIFE NYC: Adam Shapiro's Hilarious 'Guide to the Perfect Breakup' is Also a Primer On Creating Great Cabaret Musical Comedy
by Stephen Hanks - Jan 28, 2013

If you're a cabaret performer thinking about staging a musical comedy theme show, or even if you're just a cabaret fan who appreciates a thoroughly entertaining show on multiple levels, you should try to squeeze yourself into The Duplex on Wednesday night at 7 pm to see Adam Shapiro's encore performance of his Guide to the Perfect Breakup, which is also a textbook on how to create the almost perfect musical comedy cabaret show. With the guidance and support of Director Peter Napolitano and Musical Director Barry Levitt, Shapiro has crafted a structurally intricate yet seamless show about the evolution of romantic relationships-no matter what your gender-which is also funny without being sarcastic, biting without being bitchy, and tender without being cloying. And it showcases the talents of a cuddly teddy bear of a performer, who possesses the kind of solid singing, acting, and comedic chops that make him a young, rising cabaret star. (more...)

Kate Baldwin to Host Victor Herbert's 150th Birthday Celebration, 2/1
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2010

Kate Baldwin, last seen on Broadway in the recently closed critically acclaimed revival of Finian's Rainbow, is set to guest host Victor Herbert's 150th Birthday Celebration at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center on February 1. (more...)

Palm Beach Light Opera Co. presents NAUGHTY MARIETTA 1/10/2010
by BWW News Desk - Jan 10, 2010

The Palm Beach Light Opera Company will present a semi-staged concert production of NAUGHTY MARIETTA with Music by Victor Herbert and Libretto by Rida Johnson Young on Sunday, January 10, 2010 at 8:00 pm. (more...)

American Operetta
by Jena Tesse Fox - Feb 14, 2005

Roger Rees, Robert Bass, and the Collegiate Chorale presented an evening of American operetta that lead directly to the American musical. (more...)

What's the Most Romantic Broadway Love Song Ever? Over 85 of Your Favorites Tell Us...
by BWW - Feb 13, 2005

We spoke to your favorites to find out what they thought was the most romantic Broadway love song. (more...)

Palm Beach Light Opera Co. presents NAUGHTY MARIETTA 1/10/2010
by BWW News Desk - Dec 16, 2009

The Palm Beach Light Opera Company will present a semi-staged concert production of NAUGHTY MARIETTA with Music by Victor Herbert and Libretto by Rida Johnson Young on Sunday, January 10, 2010 at 8:00 pm. (more...)