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Theater Review: ‘Songs for the Fallen’ at the New York Musical Theatre Festival

in a scene from 'Songs for the Fallen' at the 2015 New York Musical Theatre Festival. Photo Credit: Al Foote III

Fizzy direction, brutally comic onstage energy, crafty songs and costumes, and overall technical sheen bring to pulse-pounding life this new musical version of Dumas's never-tired story of Marie Duplessis, the Lady of the Camellias. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): ‘La Vie En Rose’ – Songs of Edith Piaf by Sing Theatre

la vie en rose sing theatre edith piaf

All the singers were highly talented and excellent, but the stunner of the night had to be L.A. Benjamin. With her Whitney Houston-like gospel voice soaring effortlessly to the rafters, Benjamin's performance easily struck a chord with the audience's hearts. Read More »

Interview: Morgan Kibby at 2014 SXSW V2V: The Artist as Startup

Morgan Kibby - SXSW V2V

"I’m the queen of failure, but that has led to triumphs." Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Brothers Booth’ by Cynthia von Buhler

Ryan Wesen and Eric Gravez in The Speakeasy Dollhouse: The Brothers Booth, created by Cynthia von Buhler, directed by Wes Grantom,  presented by Stageworks Media at the Players Club. Photo by Jeremy Daniel.

This electric phantasmagoria that will keep you engrossed as you step back in time and witness little-known events about the Booth family that shed new light on the Lincoln assassination. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): ‘Seattle Vice’ at ACT Theatre

The cast of 'Seattle Vice.' Photo by John Cornicello.

A cabaret/burlesque/variety show combo that purports to unveil the seedy history of Seattle in the ’60s. Read More »

Musical Revue Review (Singapore): ‘A Singaporean in Paris’ by Sing Theatre


This revue is not only a testament to how talented Singapore-based artists are, it's also a lesson on being a foreigner in a strange land. Read More »

Star Performances Make Three Day Hangover’s ‘Big Boozy Benefit’ a Smash

Greg Hildreth performs "Vienna Sucks" from Three Day Hangover's 'Beyond Measure,' with Allison Guinn, Laren Molina, Nicole Lewis, Phil Pickens and Richard Thieriot, at the 'Big Boozy Benefit,' Rockwood Hall. Photo by

Three Day Hangover's 'Big Boozy Benefit' at Rockwood Music Hall was a smashing show that predicts an incredible season of fun, music, drink and amazing, interactive Shakespeare. Read More »

Concert Review (NYC): ‘Barb Jungr: Dancing in the Dark’

Barb Jungr in Dancing in the Dark at 59E59 Theaters. Photo by Carol Rosegg.

The renowned British songstress sang songs that touched upon the motifs of night and the bleak winter season when light is most absent. Read More »

Concert/Theater Review (NYC): The Andersons in ‘Le Jazz Hot’

L to R: Peter Anderson (clarinet), Will Anderson (sax), Luc Decker (drums),
Alex Wintz (guitar), Clovis Nicolas (bass), in Le Jazz Hot at 59E59 Theaters until 12/29.  Photo by Carole Di Tosti

In 'How the French Saved Jazz,' songs by iconic jazz musicians show how the interest and contributions of the less-racist French influenced our important American art form. Read More »

Cabaret Review (Singapore): ‘A French Kiss in Singapore’

Quartet singing The Wax Doll

Talent like these lads have needs to be unleashed to the world beyond Singapore. Read More »