Monthly Archives: July 2011
With this final show of the Shakespeare Theater Company season I have seen 28 of Shakespeare’s plays performed, leaving a mere 9 plays left to see (based on the CW of how many Shakespeare plays exist). I’m rather proud of that accomplishment, not that it’s taken a Herculean effort to do so; rather the opposite. … Continue reading
Okay, I’m apparently lost all track of the passage of time. In yet another attempt to try and make the juggernaut that has become “Spider-man…” profitable Bono and the Edge are going to be on Letterman tonight Monday (7/18) to yet again flog the show to an ever more disinterested audience. I would not be … Continue reading
One more parody. Thanks to “Lola” for finding it, it’s hilarious.
Okay, this is just fun. I will admit I have not immersed myself in the zeitgeist that is the Harry Potter phenomena but I am a fan of “The Book of Mormon”; the musical version running on Broadway, not the source material. I especially like the nods to Daniel Radcliff’s turns in “Equus” and “How … Continue reading
Well, this is a show I haven’t thought about, to be honest, hardly ever. When I read it’s going on tour again and will end up in NYC (not Broadway) my first thought was generally positive. Then I read that cast in the lead role of Peter is Cathy Rigby. Let me clarify, they cast in the role … Continue reading
There are those times when you’ve anticipated something for so long and with such excitement that it just isn’t possible for your expectations to be met. I was prepared for some of that with the touring production of “Next to Normal” and while I wasn’t expecting the same emotional journey I had the first time … Continue reading