Review: A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC at BoHo Theatre
BoHo’s production feels tailor-made for the season, and the company’s production delightfully captures the farcical and frothy tone of this beloved Sondheim musical.
Review: LITTLE FISH at Kokandy Productions
In an era of shock value and fast-paced, high-drama storytelling, Michael John LaChiusa’s LITTLE FISH is a refreshingly thoughtful, nuanced and contemplative portrait of a woman trying to live one moment at a time.
Despite Flaws, TOMORROW MORNING is Sweet, Memorable and Refreshingly Uncynical
Laurence Mark Wythe’s TOMORROW MORNING does a lot of things right. In the vein of Jason Robert Brown’s THE LAST FIVE YEARS, TOMORROW MORNING aims for intimate, character-driven and contemporary. It focuses on two couples—one, the night before their wedding and the other, the night before their divorce.
Chicago Premiere of HEATHERS Triumphs as Both Totally Awesome and Heartwarming
HEATHERS: THE MUSICAL manages to be both satirical and at times legitimately moving, largely echoing the biting tone of the original film.