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San Francisco Musical, Longest Running in US, to Hang Up Hat

San Francisco Musical, Longest Running in US, to Hang Up Hat

By Haven Daley | Dec 21
When you think of America's longest-running musicals, Broadway favorites such as "The Lion King" or "Chicago" may come to mind.

 Review :: Expansive 'Moby-Dick' is Great Musical Theater

Review :: Expansive 'Moby-Dick' is Great Musical Theater

By Robert Nesti | Dec 18
Though not quite fully realized, "Moby-Dick" is invigorating musical theater that is spectacular in execution.

 Review :: Immersive 'The Winter Machine,' Another Spectacular Outing from Nocturnal Fandango

Review :: Immersive 'The Winter Machine,' Another Spectacular Outing from Nocturnal Fandango

By Kevin Taft | Dec 17
Theater company Nocturnal Fandango ended their spectacularly inventive season with their latest full-length immersive experience, "The Winter Machine."

 Review :: Take This Trip to 'Uranus' with the Gold Dust Orphans

Review :: Take This Trip to 'Uranus' with the Gold Dust Orphans

By Robert Nesti | Dec 11
If you ever wondered if a laughter can be heard in space, head over to the third floor of the South Boston Lithuanian Citizens Association for the raucous answer.

 Review :: Much-hyped 'The Inheritance' Dazzles in Broadway Production

Review :: Much-hyped 'The Inheritance' Dazzles in Broadway Production

By Frank J. Avella | Dec 10
The six-hour-plus, sprawling, ambitious and exciting 'event' play, "The Inheritance,"is now dazzling audiences at the Barrymore Theater.

 Review :: We Love Dolly, but Not Her Holiday Musical

Review :: We Love Dolly, but Not Her Holiday Musical

By Robert Nesti | Dec 9
We love you Dolly, just not the musical that bears your name.

Gala Evening at La Scala Celebrates Culture over Extremism

Gala Evening at La Scala Celebrates Culture over Extremism

By Colleen Barry | Dec 8
The gala season premiere of Puccini's "Tosca" starring Russian soprano Anna Netrebko and conducted by Riccardo Chailly received 15 minutes of applause in an evening that celebrated culture as a bulwark against political extremism.

 Review :: 'Harry Potter and The Cursed Child' Hits the West Coast

Review :: 'Harry Potter and The Cursed Child' Hits the West Coast

By Adam Brinklow | Dec 4
"Harry Potter and The Cursed Child" is what you might call creativity run amok. Surely there's no other show like it in the world—there couldn't be—and for that it earns a spot in the history books.

On Playing Rudolph (with the Red-Nose), Sharon Pearlman Sees a Gay Icon

On Playing Rudolph (with the Red-Nose), Sharon Pearlman Sees a Gay Icon

By Steve Duffy | Dec 3
With Ebenezer Scrooge, the Grinch and even Dolly Parton finding their way to holiday stages, why not Rudolph, the Red-Nose Reindeer? Actress Sharon Pearlman talks about playing the holiday icon.

Broadway's Leslie Odom Jr. Shows Off His Songwriting Skills

Broadway's Leslie Odom Jr. Shows Off His Songwriting Skills

By Mark Kennedy | Dec 3
He's sung Broadway tunes and he's done jazz standards. He's sung Christmas classics and a commercial jingle for Nationwide. Leslie Odom Jr. might be known primarily for singing other people's music but that's no longer the case.

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