by Charles Kruger Broadway stars Barry and Dee Dee are slipping into “has been” territory after a series of flops, most recently a musical about Eleanor Roosevelt that opens and closes on the same night. Anxious to revive their reputations, they look for a newsworthy cause to support, but…Keep reading
by Charles Kruger Has it been a while since you’ve been to a large theater? Has COVID kept you away? After two years plus, many of us are thrilled to be returning to The Orpheum and other large downtown venues to see “big ticket” shows, such as Broadway tours.…Keep reading
by Charles Kruger “Romeo and Juliet,” Shakespeare’s tale of star-crossed young lovers, has always been understood, paradoxically, as a story of hope and not merely a tragedy. Although the two young people both die by suicide, the inspiration of their love yet shines as a beacon calling the families…Keep reading
by Otto Coelho With so much going on in America – injustice, discrimination, racism, violence – it’s easy to say “Let’s take in a nice musical to forget all our troubles.” Seeing “Ragtime” at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley won’t get these things off of your mind, but it will bring…Keep reading
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