Amy Strizic

I came out of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical with a smile on my face. Seeing a musical is always a night full of fun and passion, and this show provides the audience with no less. There were flashing lights, impressive costume changes, and an evening of music we all know and love. However, despite […]

  Lisa McKeown

This is a one (and a half) man show about the life and music of John Lennon. Part tribute, part investigation of a life, writer John Waters attempts to use Lennon’s music to investigate and highlight the emotional journey of one of the biggest musicians of the 20th century. The production features Daniel Taylor as […]

  Caroline Schurman-Grenier

For anyone wanting to discover an icon in another time of her life, the Jermyn Street Theatre has the perfect evening in store. I Loved Lucy tells the story of Lucille Ball later in life who develops a friendship with a young man named Lee. Lee has loved Lucy since he was a little boy. […]

  Caroline Schurman-Grenier

For a very limited time, London has the opportunity to learn about the life of the fabulous Judy Garland. Audiences who wish to be swept back into the Golden Age of Hollywood are urged to attend Through the Mill written by Ray Rackham and directed by Max Reynolds at the London Theatre Workshop. The performance […]

  Fabiana Cabral

Greetings, humans. We have genre variety this month to keep your reading palate happy. Two novels, two biographies, a collection of essays about America’s most famous playwright, and a collection of sketches of some of the greatest writers working today: Books In Hand: Hanya Yanagihara’s A Little Life I excitedly impulse-bought Yanagihara’s book after hearing […]