Surrendering to the insanity that is Feydeau's farce "A Flea in Her Ear" is a case of "double your pleasure, double your fun."
"Matilda" turns out to be an explosion of joy, the most exhilarating and flat-out best musical since "Billy Elliot."
Everyone is stuck in the same house, a shallow writer is making hay with other men's wives, a man is trying to put on his play, someone gets shot ... what's this, "The Seagull"? Almost.
While a hit like "Cats" proves that there's no such thing as a bad idea for a musical, some ideas are definitely less good than others.
Tantalized by the prospect of big bucks from families over the holidays season, London's repertory theaters have traditionally seized the excuse of Christmas to abandon serious programming. And…
Not-for-profit theaters seized all but one of the jewels in the crown of the 56th London Evening Standard Theater Awards.
It may be the saddest line of the year and it comes, typically quietly and matter-of-factly, in the middle of a phone call. "If you want to ask me things, you have to make it so I can say yes or no."
London's repertory theaters have traditionally seized excuse of Christmas to abandon serious programming.
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