Yesterday, I saw the Broadway revival of The Glass Menagerie starring Sally Field and Joe Mantello. It was gripping, haunting, and not at all what I expected to see. The tickets were purchased before previews had started, so even after the reviews were out, I hadn’t read them. After leaving the theatre, it was off […]Read More The Glass Menagerie: Go to the moon-and look for the missing couch!
We were there for Bette Midler’s coughing fit. In the audience, watching it all go down. I’m talking about the coughing fit that was reported in: Page Six Chicago Tribune New York Daily News It was a highly theatrical moment, when the audience took a collective gasp and waited for the lozenge to take effect. […]Read More Hello, Dolly: Legendary Theatre Moment
In the home where Regina, Birdie, and the other characters operate, nothing is left unsaid. A few hidden sentiments exist at first, but by the end, the audience has come into direct contact with every thought, emotion, and secret that has run through the minds of the family. For a script that dates back to […]Read More The Little Foxes: Quotes from Plays
When we walked into the TKTS booth that afternoon, we entered with an open mind. It was our first night in New York City, and there were dozens of shows that seemed appealing. With excitement so palpable you could practically hold it in your hand, we quickly scanned the screen full of possibilities. We quickly […]Read More Six Degrees of Separation: Ripped from the Headlines