Mike Giuliano

Review: 'Annie'

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When a little orphan named Annie belted out "Tomorrow" as a feel-good cure for the Depression, she also put gold in theatrical coffers for the smash original production of "Annie" back in 1977.

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Review: 'Applause'

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Musical Numbers: "Applause," "Broadway Babble," "Think How It's Gonna Be," "But Alive," "The Best Night of My Life," "Who's That Girl?," "Fasten Your Seatbelts," "Welcome to the Theater," "Inner…

Review: 'Dirt'

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A play with as mundane a title as "Dirt" automatically has a tough promotional row to hoe, and Bruce Gooch's bucolic drama is earthbound in other ways, too. Main selling point for the production is…

Review: 'Hair'

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Just as what's billed as the 25th anniversary tour of the 1968 "tribal rock" musical "Hair" comes off a tad after the fact, the show itself seems like an aging hippie who's even older than he…

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