"I hope what we take from [this show] is that anyone can be part of a musical. It's the same theme of 'Ratatouille' itself: 'Anyone can cook,'" the show's music supervisor, Daniel Mertzlufft, told Newsweek recently.
With Irish Rep's latest entry "Meet Me in St. Louis: A Holiday Special in Song and on Screen," the company adds a musical to its résumé, and it is a pleasure.
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Cordero was diagnosed with what was thought to be pneumonia in March before a grueling battled with coronavirus ensued.
For musical theater lovees, anytime is a good time to celebrate the work of Stephen Sondheim. Live at Lincoln Center's "New Year's Eve: Celebrating Sondheim" fills that need.
Jerry Herman, Tony Award-winning Broadway show composer and the creative force behind stage hits 'Mame,' 'Hello Dolly!' and 'La Cage Aux Folles' died Thursday at the age of 88. Read on for five facts about the legendary songwriter.
Tina Turner fans in the Big Apple can now follow the incredible story of the singing legend on stage in a new Broadway musical.
Religious protesters, apparently enraged by a production of the "Rocky Horror Show" musical, were given a show of their own when a gay couple paused for a kiss in front of the group this week in England.
Errico, Stephen Bogardus and John Cudia star in Irish Repertory Theatre's lovely revival of Alan Lerner and Burton Lane's "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever."
While drama has been the meat and potatoes of Irish Rep's output, founder Charlotte Moore has demonstrated a special gift for adapting Broadway musicals for a small stage.
Producer Jeffrey Seller and members of the Chicago cast talk about plans to turn the American musical into a global phenomenon.
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A personal account of outreach and understanding in Jordan's refugee neighborhoods.
Meet the people behind the in-the-works theatrical adaptation of the Silicon Valley-friendly hippie art fest.