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Theater Review: Staged Reading of ‘I’ll Say She Is,’ ‘Lost’ Marx Brothers Musical Not Seen for 90 Years

I'll Say She Is

'I'll Say She Is' will get a full production this summer at the New York Fringe Festival. Before this weekend's staged readings, the Marx Brothers' first Broadway musical hadn't been seen in any form in 90 years. Read More »

Music Review: ‘Murder For Two’ [Original Cast Recording]

murder for  2

The original cast recording of zany musical comedy is a winner. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): Donnybrook! at the Irish Repertory Theatre

Irish Rep presents a revival of a thoroughly old-fashioned Johnny Burke musical based on the movie The Quiet Man. Read More »

Music Review: Norbert Leo Butz – Memory and Mayhem

Norbert Leo Butz' Memory and Mayhem is an innovative take on cabaret Read More »

Music Review: Liza Minnelli – Legends of Broadway: Liza Minnelli Live at the Winter Garden

Liza Minnelli shines on Broadway in 1974 with her one-woman show. Read More »

Music Review: Carousel, Studio Cast Recording (1955)

Classic Carousel recording reissued Read More »

2011 Tony Awards Show: Hits and Misses

It is important to entertain the audience, but it is equally important to celebrate the award winners. Read More »

Music Review: Brigadoon – Studio Cast Recording (1957)

It's less than 100 years, but Brigadoon is back Read More »

Music Review: New York World’s Fair Cast – To Broadway With Love

A salute to Broadway from the '64 World's Fair Cast re-released by Masterworks. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): 9 to 5: The Musical by Dolly Parton and Patricia Resnick at the 5th Avenue Theatre

Curiously joyless, despite an accomplished cast and high energy choreography. Read More »