This is engaging musical theatre at its most optimistic: marrying talented singers with clever lyrics and tunes to create a wholly new experience. Bravo to all involved. If you like musical theatre – go!
Tag Archives | Stephen Sondheim
This is as good a production of Pacific Overtures as anyone is likely to see. It’s well cast, mostly well sung, beautifully, almost hypnotically, staged, full of drama and intrigue
A new 100 seat theatre will launch in September in West London with the Stephen Sondheim musical Sweeney Todd. Based above the London Road pub,The Twickenham Theatre is the brainchild of theatre producer Tony Green. “By offering a new dedicated venue for quality theatre and other entertainment we can give locals the opportunity to experience […]
This revival is notable for one thing: it does raise, but not answer, this question – is Do I Hear A Waltz? capable of successful revival?
This genius production ought not be missed. Sell body parts to see it and to revel in its ecstasy
This Putting It Together deserves to transfer into a central West End theatre and play to packed houses seeking pure, joyful entertainment.
It was impossible not to feel anything but sympathy for this cast and nothing but irritation bordering on contempt for the “creatives” who think this is the way to present West Side Story to non-London UK audiences.