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Brian D'Arcy James and Kelli O'Hara in Days of Wine and Roses The Musical. Photo by Ahron R. Foster
Broadway
Tulis McCall

The Days of Wine and Roses

Watching O’Hara and D’Arcy James in Days of Wine and Roses is both thrilling and exhausting. These two thoroughbreds navigate this difficult and overwritten score with grace and self-assurance. Every song that O’Hara sings is an aria. D’Arcy James takes on his music with the precision of a fencing master. This is a master class in every way.

East Side Stories Actually
Broadway
Elizabeth Ann Foster

East Side Stories Actually

The Metropolitan Playhouse transforms into the L station/Venus Records and a block in alphabet city with the help of Lassen Paulk’s scenic painting and the superb cast transporting us to various scenes in the neighborhood.

David Bryne's American Utopia. Courtesy: Playbill
Broadway
Elizabeth Ann Foster

American Utopia

Everything is gray in David Byrne’s `Utopia. The suits, the instruments played Byrne’s hair, and even the gray subject matter he ponders – the brain. Byrne’s cynicism is transparent. From Utopia upside down to discussing his motivation for including songs.

Trevor Poster. Public Domain
Broadway
Victoria L. Dammer

Trevor The Musical

When Holden William Hagelberger as Trevor opens his mouth in Trevor the Musical and belts out the first song “Do You Know/On With the Show,” the audience realizes they will enjoy this production, no matter what the storyline is. The fantastic voice and natural acting talents of young Hagelberger are on display throughout this two-act play, set in fictional Lakeview Junior High School in 1981.

The Days of Wine and Roses

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