Thursday , May 24 2018
Home / Tag Archives: Broadway

Tag Archives: Broadway

Theater Review (NYC Broadway): ‘Farinelli and the King’ with Mark Rylance

mark rylance farinelli and the king broadway

Well played all around, this Shakespeare's Globe production is blessed with the preternaturally naturalistic Rylance, whose severely manic-depressive and sometimes delusional King Philippe V of Spain is both brilliantly imagined and pulsatingly real.

Read More »

‘Daryl Roth in Conversation With Linda Winer,’ a League of Professional Theatre Women Event

Broadway producer Daryl Roth struggled with the decision to close 'Indecent,' seeing the show each night for its 'final' two weeks and struck by the standing ovations. The last night, overwhelmed with emotion, she strode up to the closing notice and ripped it apart.

Read More »

Playwright Paula Vogel (‘Indecent’ on Broadway) in Conversation with Linda Winer

There has been such enthusiasm for the production since Yale (2015) that the ensemble, the musicians, the stage manager, and the assistants have remained together. As Vogel says, “We’ve all moved together as one.”

Read More »

Theater Review (Broadway): ‘The Present’ with Cate Blanchett and Richard Roxburgh

Blanchett's Anna is as complex a lost soul as Broadway is likely to host this season, her yellow-hot energy as vital and clamorous when she's fuming in silence at the dinner table as when she's swooping in desperate high spirits from friend to friend in Act I. Roxburgh, in the most central role, is just as compelling.

Read More »