Even the hit songs in this early Jule Styne musical would recede in a better show.
This show needs two key ingredients—Englishness and charm. Here, it had neither.
What happens when a feel-good musical becomes a source of controversy?
A listless concert staging proved that this one-off Rodgers & Sondheim collaboration doesn’t need a revival.
Here, in the original “Room Where It Happens,” nothing interesting happened.
It was inevitable and important that Encores would do Cabin in the Sky, the 1940 musical by Vernon Duke, John Latouche and Lynn […]
“Life is what you do while you’re waiting to die / Life is how the time goes by.” I was too young […]
Every year, I await the announcement of Encores’ upcoming season of musicals in concert with an eagerness once reserved for anticipating the arrival […]
The good news: Encores brought to the party many of their usual virtues, including superlative orchestral playing and conducting, strong casting in […]
Hooray for Encores Great Musicals in Concert! Musical theatre aficionados will almost certainly know about this project, but for those who don’t […]