In the current Broadway-bound revival of Leslie Bricusse and Frank Wildhorn's tuner, Constantine Maroulis is dangerously sexy as Hyde and nerdishly sweet at Jekyll, but vocally there's little…
The Broadway return of Frank Wildhorn tuner "Jekyll and Hyde" has jumped theaters, switching to the Marquis from the previously announced Richard Rodgers, and setting an opening night for April 18.
Boy meets girl on a deserted road in Depression-era West Dallas, and sooner than you can say "Warren Beatty," they're rolling in the hay -- or rather, the dust.
Frank Wildhorn tuner "Wonderland" has mapped out its path to Broadway, trying out in Tampa in January ahead of a Main Stem berth that begins perfs in March.
The creators have a few riddles to solve to add heart and clarity to their modern twist on Lewis Carroll's classic.
The creative team falls back on tired character types and clashing cliches.
Should Frank Wildhorn ever decide to retire from turning 18th and 19th century popular literature into popular but forgettable Broadway fare, he'd make a terrific studio executive. He seems to…
Neither good enough to generate any excitement beyond the reappearance of a beloved star, nor bad enough to make it one for the books -- it's no "Carrie"--"Victor/Victoria" is instead that…