Theater, Movie, Event, Misci Reviews

(This is a review for the fantastic musical “cabaret” Songs of the Fallen, which will be in town for one week only, so get yer tickets NOW.) Are you a tourist in New York who’s about to wait on line at TKTS? Are you having doubts about whether standing around for two hours in order […]

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VM Gautier on June 28, 2015

19th century Paris’ favorite party-girl is having a birthday party in Manhattan and you’re invited! Songs for the Fallen will have a brief run at the New York Musical Theater Festival. What is it? And why should you absolutely get your tickets today? Here’s the description from the NYMT site: Good girls don’t make history. […]

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Marion on June 28, 2015

I don’t think I’ve ever watched an entire episode of The Big Bang Theory. I’ve tried. But I just found it offensive on SO many levels. The dumb blonde. The socially-awkward geniuses.The stereotype Jewish mother from a 100 years ago. Hint show: Real Jewish mother’s come in all shapes, sizes, and philosophies, and Ilana’s mother […]

Continue reading about Theater Mini-view: Act of God

We caught Disgraced last night on Broadway. The play originated in London and was written by British novelist, Ayad Akhtar.  I’ll venture an unsubstantiated guess that a few of the lines and references were changed to New Yorkisize it. The plot centers on Amir (Hari Dhillon who originated the role in London, and like many […]

Continue reading about Last Night in the Cheap Seats: Disgraced – On Broadway

Come to the Caberet? Definitely. We caught a preview back in March. Opening night is tonight, April 24, 2014. I know you aren’t supposed to review previews, but this is just a personal blog, and as many have pointed out, I’m not a professional. Besides, I’m mostly going to praise the hell out of this production. […]

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